The Korean giant plans to invest tens of millions of dollars in development that will ensure at least another decade of pursuit of resolution and the highest and highest pixel density
Still waiting To the first 4K screen עבור Smartphones, Who might be making his debut on some device this year? Samsung and a number of companies already have a lot of grandiose plans, much more down the road.
According to Korean etnews, The giant company has already set a new goal in the field of display for the end of the decade - to create an 5.75K-sized 11K × 6,336 pixel screen, which translates to 11,264ppi density, roughly 2250 The best you can find In actual product today.
Samsung plans to invest about $ 26 in research to reach this goal by 2020, with the intention to introduce an active prototype already in 2018. It's a little hard to believe that 2020 does seem to agree so tightly with our smartphones (Galaxy S11?), But the fact that there are those who are already talking about what will happen Beyond the 8K technology It makes it clear that the race for more pixels, more graphics processing power and more battery capacity will continue more vigorously - at least for a decade from now.
One of the reasons for the development of the super-advanced screen is the desire to create a three-dimensional effect. There is no more detail beyond this dim expression, but we guess that it is here to use the high resolution to divide the pixels into two (or more) different groups that will work separately to create the depth effect that is now obtained by displaying the same pixels in a different polarization, Full refresh. In other words, the product can be a screen half the resolution of the '11K' (which will still be particularly high), which will display 3D At the maximum refresh rate of the means of display without the need for glasses, polarizers or any other means.
All of this information sounds completely unprecedented and crazy, but in practice, a brief glimpse of the past makes it clear that this is in fact a natural and accelerated continuation of the technological development we have experienced since the beginning of the decade. In 2010 the most advanced resolution you could get on your smartphone was the 480 × 800 pixel WVGA resolution (including on the 'huge' screen for those 5 inch times, At Dell Streak), Whereas today we are talking about 1,440 × 2,560 resolution as something standard for the top devices - which is a jump of 9.6 in pixels in half a decade. Even if we compare the situation to the advanced 4 super-screen retina screen that was also announced on 2010, we get a jump of 6 by the amount of pixels and almost 2 by their density.
Similarly, jump to the '11K' resolution (you are welcome to start offering a better name for this resolution now) From the current QHD resolution There will be an increase of 19 by the number of pixels, and 4 by their density as mentioned - a very impressive technological growth, but also more or less logical.
We are not at all sure that such psychic resolutions are ever needed, but on the other hand we are sure that by the time they mature in Samsung and other competing manufacturers, they will be sure to convince us that this is exactly what we want and need.