Sharp Ushering in HD LCD Panels to Smart Phones Screens

October 2, 2012, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Sharp is bringing to the market its new 1080 x 1920 LCD panels with a pixel density of 443 ppi. We get to know that the production of these new LCD panels, which will spruce up the display of smartphone screens, is set to begin in Kameyama at Japan this month.

You are probably wondering how they would work on smart handset screen real estate. The new LCD panels would combine the latest in silicon tech, new pixel designs and advanced processes in manufacturing so that the rate of pixels now adorning large television screens would, by and large, come to smartphones too.

The modern CG- Silicon technology would allows screens to display clear maps, crisper texts and realistic HD images, thanks to the Sharp technology.

Higher quality images would be ensured by bringing in ultra detailed LCD panels, and they are expected to be mass produced so as to support the world wide demand for smart phones.

It needs to be noted that Sharp was behind the Apple iPhone 5’s realistic 5-inch display. However, the company had also come out with a statement saying that it was not responsible for low supplies of the sought-after mobile device.  Notwithstanding the fact that there are financial issues, it has been stated that the Kameyama LCD plant, where the new screens will be made, will be producing an adequate volume of displays.

Looks like Sharp is all out to charm the handset market with their new high definition displays.

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