The OLED screen of the iPhone 8 will have a pixel density greater than ever
The prolific KGI analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, known for his effectiveness in predicting things from Apple - nevertheless successfully predicted the launch of the iPhone SE or the dual camera of the iPhone 7 Plus - is very focused on the expected launch of The edition of the tenth anniversary of iPhone, iPhone X or iPhone 8. Well, after announcing the OLED screen, goes a step further ensuring that the pixel density of the iPhone 8 will be greater than what has existed to date .
We already know that the iPhone 8 will be bigger than ever , but also that its resolution will reach 2436 × 1125, much higher than the current resolution of the current iPhone 7, 1334 × 750. That is, it will have a density of 521 PPI, almost double that of the iPhone 7 of approximately 320 . Trousers, come on. But it will also employ retinal technology and expected features of a premium model like the iPhone 7 Plus, but in the model 4.7 inches. Apple tosses the house out the window.
Although the iPhone had never moved in these qualitative ranges of screen, it is true that today the iPhone 7 is already above the rest of the smartphones both in camera and on the screen , due to its incredible peaks of brightness and saturation color. However, in objective and purely numerical terms if it is below its Android competitors in terms of resolution and pixel density. But as we know, it is not a question of data, the incredible synchronization of the hardware with the software of Apple offers a performance superior to the competition, regardless of that a priori the specifications are not superior.
Also, this spectacular jump in quality in terms of its screen would also be accompanied by a battery according to the power of the iPhone 8 and of course, with wireless charging, something that will make the life of its users much easier.