Samsung’s Smartphones will have Higher Resolutions in the Next Years

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While it feels like we were just getting comfortable with 1080p smartphone displays, Samsung is expected to have a WQHD (2560 x 1440) display in their next major flagship next year. That is nearly double the pixels of a 1080p screen. What’s even more astounding than that is that Samsung plans to hit “Ultra HD” or 4K resolution on their smartphones in 2015. All this, while companies like Samsung are also experimenting with angled displays. Most recently, they have revealed their curved-display smartphone, the Galaxy Round. The Round is going for about $1,000! I suppose that’s understandable based off of how new technology debuts to the public. It usually often starts expensive. Then, the competition bring prices down. What are your opinions on the price of new technology?

Story report by The Verge

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One thought on “Samsung’s Smartphones will have Higher Resolutions in the Next Years

  1. It is what it is. We really can’t change the price and I feel it’s justified by the new technology. Irrespective of the price there is always a discount with new phone service plans so that’s a brighter way to look at it.

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