Tuesday, February 15, 2011

SuperAmoled Plus Secret Revealed

It was one of the things most people were wondering about Samsung's new SuperAMOLED+ screen used in the Galaxy S 2. Would it still use the traditional OLED pentile pattern or - as it was rumored - would it use a RGB subpixel pattern similar to LCD screens?
Well... that's exactly what happened. The new SuperAMOLED+ screens havd indeed 3 RGB subpixels per pixel, just like any regular LCD screen, providing a much clearer image on screen.

The new screens are also thinner and use less power - the only drawback being that with 50% extra pixels, a 4.3" screen has the same resolution as a pentile 4" screen.

[via Oled-Info]

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