The Japanese company Ortus Technology has decided to break the world record of 4K screen size. But instead of making a big one, she decided to produce the smallest in the world.
As reported by Nikkei Tech-On, the company managed to create a small, only 9.6-inch LCD screen with a resolution of 3,840 x 2,160 pixels, achieving a record pixel density of 458 ppi. In this way, the world’s smallest panel capable of playing 4K video files is produced, and with 160 degrees of viewing angles and a 72-percent display of the NTSC color palette, no competing IPS display can match it.
The first samples of the new screen should be available next month, and we will be taking a closer look at the electronic fair which will take place in Munich on 13th November.
If it goes into production, Apple may have a big problem because its Retina, looking at the technical characteristics of the new screen, is far behind.