The Galaxy S6 smartphones' 5.1-inch, quad-HD screen packs a ridiculous number of pixels, which I usually dismiss as a gimmick for the spec-obsessed. In this case, you can see the difference: The S6's screen provides very clear text and image detail. If you remember the wonder of the original Retina display in the iPhone 4, the Galaxy S6 makes a similar leap in image clarity and sharpness over the Galaxy S5 and the iPhone 6 in a cursory comparison
Samsung just unveiled its two next-generation flagship smartphones, the Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 edge, and tech fans will spend most of the day reading the same thing over and over again: These are the best Samsung phones ever — nay, the best Android phones ever.
Here’s the thing, it’s not hyperbole. The South Korean giant that has become known for stellar flagship handsets that would be close to perfect if not for their annoying bloatware and cheap feeling plastic housings… just unveiled a pair of flagship handsets with barely any bloatware and no plastic to be found.
EDO started mass producing 5-inch 720p (293 PPI) AMOLED panels for mobile phones, and they already have their first customer, a Chinese handset maker, the first phone to use EDO's OLEDs already launched lately.
The company is currently producing 600 thousand 5-inch panels a month at their 4.5-Gen LTPS fab. The fab is not running at full capacity yet, which is 15 thousand monthly substrates, and EDO expects to increase production to a million 5-inch panels by the end of 2014, and to ramp up the monthly substrates into 21 thousand.