Samsung 3d tech

Retina Displays and Glass-free 3D Tech, Rumored to be for Future Samsung Tablets

Samsung might have immediately wedged with announcing their innovative Galaxy Tab tables and went home to Korea with the heading of world’s thinnest tablets beneath their belts. Although the company didn’t now launch tablets at this year’s CTIA conference they as well carried beside several Powerpoint slides to talk about the outlook for their tablets in terms of display technologies.

To a group of onlookers at CTIA Samsung presented their planned roadmap for tablet displays from now until 2015. Plans for an increase in pixel density that would classify the displays as being retina displays and there was mention of a possible stereoscopic glasses-free 3D display for tablets.

In the pixel density department Samsung strategy to slowly boost pixel density in their tablet displays to approximately 300 to 400 pixels per inch (ppi). In performing so Samsung states the augmented ppi will assist their tablets realize battery life of 10 hours. According to Samsung, when pixel density is augmented power consumption from the display, one of the major battery drainers presently for tablets will get smaller according to Samsung.

Samsung 3d tech

For free technology of 3D glasses in tablets Samsung declared it was an alternative they were still allowing, they desire to confirm consumers desire such a features prior to begging it on some gadget. The display they announced they would think applying glasses-free 3D tech would feature pixel density among 200 and 300 ppi and battery life for that display was estimated at 8 hours.

At this moment in time the most well known product that pleads a display with a extremely high pixel density is the Apple iPhone 4. The iPhone 4 features a 3.5-inch display that has a resolution of 960×640 which translates to 326 ppi. For months prior to it’s presentation several had the plan that iPad 2 would have a retina display with a resolution of 2048×1536 and 260 ppi but that report was nixed during the launch of iPad 2.

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