Samsung launches new VR display with 3.5x more pixels than competitors

June 1st, 2017   decode   Android 7.1

The Display Week 2017 conference took place at the end of May, and some interesting info surfaced. Samsung showcased a new ultra-high resolution display for VR headsets, having around 3.5 times more pixels than the Oculus and Vive in a 3.5″ display.

The screen shown at the event had 2024 x 2200 pixel resolution with resulting density of 858 ppi. This is twice the pixel density of current devices. Other specs of the new display include 90Hz refresh rate and 100 nits brightness to ease people who feel sick or dizzy after using the VR headsets currently on the…

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