New 4.8-inch model is the world's smallest full HD LCD screen

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New 4.8-inch model is the world’s smallest full HD LCD screen.

[newsimage]http://static.rankone.nl/images_posts/2010/10/zQ8eNh.jpg[/newsimage]A new high-definition LCD display made by a joint partnership between Casio Computer and Toppan Printing has yielded a new 4.8-inch device.  The new LCD is now the smallest full HD display, with smaller screens still unable to provide HD support the same way this screen can.


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Pointless at that size. Still waiting for an EVF on a camera where you can’t see the pixels though.


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I have a new 4.3" PMP out of China with a 800x480 screen and even though the display isn’t true HD anything I watch on it looks full HD and technically is as it’s playing it in up to full 1080p. I can even read the fine print in credits and you can’t see any pixels at all, it just looks great and has very good veiwing angles, black level, and color.
It even outputs to 720p to my TV through it’s HDMI port and the newer better chips in use now can output up to 1280p perfectly.
I really would like a even better resolution screen with better veiwng angles and the faster chip so maybe I’ll have to watch the places that make the little players and see who jumps on board and how much they will be:bigsmile:
My 4.3 unit fits a normal pocket perfectly and is still very watchable though I think 4.8 would still be just small enough to keep in a big pocket and big enough to be easier to watch.
One company had a 4.8 screen that had LED back-lighting and a LTPS etc. very high quality LCD screen that had at this point the best of everything and now they can’t get any more of the Samsung panels they were using, maybe this new one will be the next successor to it.