At 651 ppi in a 2.3-inch display, Japan Display Inc. (JDI) developed the world’s highest resolution LCD which is about twice as high as that of smartphone displays of the highest resolution today. The world-class LCD was first announced on June 4, 2012 and gives an ultra-high resolution which enables realistic and high-quality images that are comparable to film-based photographs.
Although the screen size is only 2.3-inches, the resolution format of the display is 1,280 × 800 pixels which is comparable to those used in typical notebook PCs. The technology was showcased in FPD International last October 31.
Screen size: 2.3-inch (Active Area: 49.9mm × 31.2mm)
Number of pixels: 1,280 (H) × 800 (V) (WXGA)
Pixel density: 651ppi
Display colors: 16.7M colors