Toshiba has indeed made a lot of hype over revealing last week their new four-inch LCD display that incorporates 367 pixels-per-inch density, runs at 1280 x 720 pixel resolution natively. Today, Engadget had a chance to spend some time with Toshiba’s new entry at SID 2011, and here what they had to say about the new display panels:
They have recorded a small footage that you can watch below:
We got the lowdown on Toshiba’s latest four-inch LCD a couple of days ago, and today at SID 2011 we got up close and personal with the pixel-packed display. It’s one thing to read about a 367ppi screen that shows native 720p video, and it’s quite another to experience it in person. We can report that it is, in fact, as awesome as it sounds — onscreen images were clear, crisp, and chromatically brilliant. Pixel density enthusiasts will also be happy to hear that Toshiba confirmed the display will make it to market this year. Of course, the rep wouldn’t tell us which phone will take the iPhone 4’s crown as the ppi champ, though we imagine it’ll be something powered by little green bots.