Ignis unveils 300ppi true RGB pixel AMOLED

Ignis unveils 300ppi true RGB pixel AMOLED

Ignis Innovation has announced that it has created an AMOLED screen with pixel density of over 300 ppi that uses a regular RGB matrix.

The first AMOLEDs that had such density were using the often criticized PenTile matrix.

The new screen also comes with a new pixel circuit and driving scheme to compensate for the non-uniformity and prolong the lifetime of such a high-ppi display.

The innovation will also lead to creation of AMOLEDs that match the resolution of the Apple Retina display, but offer substantially better color quality, higher contrast ratio, and wider viewing angles.

Ignis Innovation will not manufacture the screen – instead it will license it to OEMs. Unfortunately market availability is still unknown.

Source: GSMArena

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