Screen Phone Galaxy S10 would have the density of pixels is very high, according to a rumor the new

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You’re supposed to say Samsung is issuing Khalifa phone Galaxy S9 which is likely to carry the name of Galaxy S10 in the first or second quarter of next year. Given the way that the celebrated Apple tenth anniversary of the launch of the iPhone with the phone iPhone X, you may want to Samsung doing something great also with the Galaxy S10, and now rumors began about this phone makes its way to the internet.

According to the tweet the New of the Chinese warrior famous Ice Universe, it is expected that gets phone Galaxy S10 on the screen of the new advanced a density of pixels that exceed 600 pixels in every inch. At the present time, the phone screen Galaxy S9 heavily pixels $ 570 pixels in every inch, which means that it depends on the the Samsung company in case if they want to increase the intensity of pixels either reduce screen size or increase the precision, we believe that this last suggestion is the most likely.

For those who have not considered the importance of pixel density, it basically the higher the number of pixels that can be placed in one area, the more the image is clearer. This is the reason that smart watches will enjoy a degree of visibility is low due to small screens, so that resolution of 320 x 320 will remain relatively sharp.

Not clear what is the decision that may be taken by the company Samsung, but the next logical step will be going towards 4K. We’ve seen Sony trying to do that with phone Xperia XZ2 Premium, so it would not be surprising if the company decided to Samsung doing something similar also. Anyway, please deal with the content of this report with the least amount of protection at the moment.

 

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