Galaxy Nexus Display review


sz1266

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The screen size is probably too large for the typical consumer but it delivers a lot of pixels – at least on paper. It has 315 ppi (pixels per inch), which is slightly lower than the Apple iPhone 4 and iPhone 4S, which has a pixel density of 326 ppi. One would imagine that this qualifies as a "Retina Display" (because it is over 300 ppi) but actually it does not.

Because we are talking about a Super AMOLED display and not a Super AMOLED Plus, the display is based on a so-called PenTile pixel structure, where pixels share subpixels.
More details and the review is here - Galaxy Nexus with curved 4.65" OLED display - FlatpanelsHD
 

kreacher

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It really is disappointing that Samsung has gone with the Pen-tile display for this rather than ironing out the kinks in their RGB (S-AMOLED Plus) display technology.