Samsung’s next display to support virtual reality
Samsung unveils new VR screen at Display Week conference in San Francisco
Samsung has unveiled its next-generation smartphone display has been designed specifically for virtual reality (VR).
During the Display Week conference in San Francisco, Samsung showcased its high-resolution 5.5" display, designed with 3840 x 2160 resolution, and it features a pixel density of 806ppi, which is 44.7% higher than the pixel density found in present displays.
Samsung also displayed Sammy's Lightfield screen, which provides users a sense of depth whilst viewing their phone or tablet. The company also revealed "Bio Blue" which is a technology designed for Samsung screens that reduces the amount of blue light on an AMOLED screen from 32% to 6%. This will prevent eye strain and allow users to use their devices for longer.
The VR screen is only a prototype and Samsung has not confirmed when or if it will appear in consumer hardware, Nevertheless, there is speculation that it could be used in Galaxy Note to be released this year.