Project development of new display panel dubbed scheduled ClorOLED display ready to be mass produced beginning in June 2013. Specifications for the display is also very impressive, which is rumored to be able to achieve pixel density of 358ppi compressed into a 5.8-inch display and uses RGB matrix, not PenTile as used in the Samsung Super AMOLED HD display.
But the level of resolution used is likely to make the displays are not able to reach the level of 358ppi pixel density, because Samsung will use 1024×980 resolution that is still rarely used. When multiplied by the size of 5.8 inches, the pixel density is ‘only’ limited 244ppi.
To compensate for this, the RGB matrix from ClorOLED project will be set up by using 16 subpixel. For comparison, the Super AMOLED Plus Samsung Galaxy S II recorded using 12 subpixel, so can you imagine how big the increase is.
Non-conventional matrix arrangement that has been used in the Samsung Galaxy Note II has shown that the Korean company did not flinch in conducting experiments to determine the number of subpixels, shape, and position of the AMOLED display that they will use.
The experiment is even able to produce AMOLED HD screen the brightest for this sata, so alternative arrangements were being designed at the moment they are clearly a calculation that has been planned very mature.
Another rumor reported that Samsung has successfully achieved the level of pixel density 350ppi + AMOLED production in their conventional technology. The project, dubbed Fine Metal Mask (FMM) is likely to be one of the production process being tested by Samsung to develop the brand ClorOLED.
The number of subpixels that more and more will produce image quality is much clearer, and higher levels of definition. Schedule mass production in June 2013 seems to be very compatible with Galaxy Note release schedule III, when taking into account the annual release cycle for the model.Gadget, Mobile Phone, Mobile Phones, News, Smart Phones, Smartphone