The makers latest technology appears to have eradicated a problem which has plagued screens – the PenTile issue, where green pixels are utilised more than blue or red, giving a grainy finish.
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The company has done this through using RealStripe technology meaning that the grainy colours that appear on screens of LCD’s, Plasma and CRT no longer exist.
This is because they usually use one red, green and blue subpixel per pixel.
However, the Super AMOLED Plus, which was announced at CES in January, will banish the imperfections to give a 50 percent boost in the subpixel count, claim the Taiwanese makers.
This means there will be 12 subpixels instead of 8, helping to make picture images sharper and more defined.
This screen innovation is now available on its newly released 4.3 inch and 4.5 inch Smartphones, which includes the soon to be released Galaxy S II, and is said to be available on devices in the second half of the year.