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Samsung Has Finish Prepare Galaxy Note 3 ClorOLED Screen with 16 RGB Subpixel Matrix

Posted on the 20 September 2012 by Hpmurah2u @hpmurah2u
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Some new information has been received Phone Arena who claimed that Samsung was working on a project called ClorOLED screen. AMOLED technology-based development will be ready to be marketed to the public in June of 2013.
The news was revealed some impressive things. Unlike Samsung's current product has a density 358ppi 5.8-inch screen, the new screen is used ClorOLED 1024x980 pixels resolution (244ppi) but with 16 RGB subpixel matrix. In comparison Super AMOLED Plus display used in the Galaxy S II only has 12 subpixels.
The number of subpixels will make the picture clearer and clearer than ever before. Besides calling the information release in June 2013 seemed to imply readiness to launch Galaxy Note 3.
Samsung Galaxy Note II products is not afraid to try unusual matrix arrangement. Therefore, the change is expected subpixels possible. Moreover, Samsung is rumored for some time been able to achieve with the product above 350ppi pixel density using conventional AMOLED technology called Fine Metal Mask (FMM). It may be that this process will lead to products with brand ClorOLED later.
origin source by Phone Arena

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