Samsung: We Work on 2 k and 4 K Screens for Mobile

Tech-company confirms that is being worked on to bring both 2 k and 4 k screens for upcoming Samsung mobiles.
Mobile World Congress Exhibition in Barcelona is approaching rapidly, and so far it seems to appear that 2014 offers wild screen resolutions for mobile.
Tech giant Samsung seems to want to keep “the lead” on, and upcoming flag ship mobile Galaxy S5 is expected also to be crammed for thereby the trench with the market’s latest hardware.
Now, the company has, for The Semiconductor and Display Technology Roadmap Seminar 2014, even confirmed that they are working on an AMOLED QHD (2 k) smartphone. It writes our site.
QHD-definition covers a 2560 x 1440 pixels screen resolution, which is extremely high for a cell phone. To put it into perspective, so using Apple the same screen resolution of their 27 “large iMac computers.
What’s more interesting is that Samsung, on the same occasion, has told, that they are also working on launching an AMOLED UHD (4 k) screen. Here is are we up in dizzying 3480 x 2160 pixels, which to some may seem unreasonably high, and to some extent unnecessary.
But as the Samsung also operates in phablet-for, and just presented extra large tablets, so it makes a lot of sense anyway, from moving forward in wild screen technologies.
The QHD and UHD-definitions at the same time will adorn on the forthcoming promotion of mobiles from tech giant, is just a side benefit.