At the moment, Apple’s iPad Retina Display has only 264 ppi which according to the late visionary Steve Jobs is quite enough as viewing distance would over rule this ambiguity. The display of Samsung’s latest flagship, the Galaxy S3, hovers just over the 300+ PPI (pixel per inch) mark at the moment.
All that’s going to change since various reports are suggesting that Samsung has managed to reach the revolutionary 350 ppi screen pixel density.Samsung is planning to make displays that are a lot sharper than the iPhone’s Retina.
Up till now, Samsung has been using FMM tachnlgy to make texture sharp but now it will utilize the power of Liti but now thanks to advancements in in the Fine Metal Mask production technique and use of Super AMOLED technology instead of IPS LCD, Samsung will be able to achieve 350 PPI.
PPI of other devices.
Galaxy Tab 7.7 196 ppi pixel density
Galaxy S 233 ppi pixel density
Galaxy S II 217 ppi pixel density
Galaxy Note 285 ppi pixel density
Galaxy S III 306 ppi pixel density
iPhone 4S 330 ppi pixel density
This resolution is best suited for tablets for now so perhaps we’ll finally get to see that long-rumored 2560×1600 tablet from Samsung, Samsung will try its best to satisfy RGB users as well with high pixeled Pentile display. We’ll keep you posted on Sammy’s progress on the matter.