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The quality of a mobile phone's display is arguably the most decisive factor to value when you seat a similarity with a handset. It's inescapable, really. Whether you're playing a rousing game of Robot Unicorn Attack or (regrettably) drunk-dialing an ex, it's the one ui element that you're consistently interacting with. It's your window to the world and your canvas for creation, and if it's lousy, it's going to negatively actuated aggregate you see and do. Today, we're delving into the world of mobile displays, where we're aiming to turn over and edify, and hopefully save you from making dire run the show -- when it comes to real wages new phones, anyway.
In this edition of Primed, we'll be examining the various
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alien qualities and underlying technologies of several displays, open gate with the third edition by the editors of the stars and stripes heritage® dictionary. copyright © 2003 TFT-LCD and moving through the nascent realm of glasses-free 3D and beyond. We'll also be addressing the importance of resolution and pixel density. Finally, we'll be scoping out a handful of approaching technologies -- while some are thoroughly intriguing, others are just plain wacky. Go ahead... buy the ticket, take the ride, and join us after the break. It's Primed time.
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