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1 Samsung Galaxy J5 11
2 Motorola Nexus 6 7
3 hTC M9+ 7
4 Samsung Galaxy J2 (2016) 5
5 Xiaomi Mi 5 5
6 Samsung Galaxy J7 Prime 4
7 LG G5 4
8 Sony Xperia C5 Ultra Dual 3
9 Nokia 6 3
10 Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge 3
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2 Nokia E1
3 Nokia C1
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5 Xiaomi Redmi Note Prime
6 Xiaomi Redmi 3
7 Xiaomi Mi 4s
8 Xiaomi Mi Max
9 Xiaomi Mi 5
10 Xiaomi Redmi 3 Pro
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Samsung built a 5.5 inch 4K smartphone screen for VR

Date : 2016-05-30
          Remember when just a few short years ago, the smartphone industry was shifting from 720p (1280x720px) to 1080p (1920x1080px) displays and we thought: What for? We don’t need so much resolution just to read text and see pictures off the screen, right? Well, no one would have predicted at that time that we’d be sticking our phones into VR headsets to enjoy an immersive virtual reality experience powered by our everyday smartphones and the displays they power. The demand for 4K (3840x2160px) has since sky-rocketed. Especially with Google recently announcing its VR platform called Daydream and 4K TVs becoming more and more common, there is more reason for consumers and OEMs alike to be interested in even higher resolution screens with pixel densities soaring past 800 ppi. (Samsung’s 5.5 inch 4K display is at 806 ppi!)
Samsung VR
Remember when just a few short years ago, the smartphone industry was shifting from 720p (1280x720px) to 1080p (1920x1080px) displays and we thought: What for? We don’t need so much resolution just to read text and see pictures off the screen, right? Well, no one would have predicted at that time that we’d be sticking our phones into VR headsets to enjoy an immersive virtual reality experience powered by our everyday smartphones and the displays they power. The demand for 4K (3840x2160px) has since sky-rocketed. Especially with Google recently announcing its VR platform called Daydream and 4K TVs becoming more and more common, there is more reason for consumers and OEMs alike to be interested in even higher resolution screens with pixel densities soaring past 800 ppi. (Samsung’s 5.5 inch 4K display is at 806 ppi!)
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6 Samsung Galaxy J7 Prime 4
7 LG G5 4
8 Sony Xperia C5 Ultra Dual 3
9 Nokia 6 3
10 Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge 3
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2 Nokia E1
3 Nokia C1
4 Xiaomi Mi Pad 2
5 Xiaomi Redmi Note Prime
6 Xiaomi Redmi 3
7 Xiaomi Mi 4s
8 Xiaomi Mi Max
9 Xiaomi Mi 5
10 Xiaomi Redmi 3 Pro
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Samsung built a 5.5 inch 4K smartphone screen for VR

Date : 2016-05-30
          Remember when just a few short years ago, the smartphone industry was shifting from 720p (1280x720px) to 1080p (1920x1080px) displays and we thought: What for? We don’t need so much resolution just to read text and see pictures off the screen, right? Well, no one would have predicted at that time that we’d be sticking our phones into VR headsets to enjoy an immersive virtual reality experience powered by our everyday smartphones and the displays they power. The demand for 4K (3840x2160px) has since sky-rocketed. Especially with Google recently announcing its VR platform called Daydream and 4K TVs becoming more and more common, there is more reason for consumers and OEMs alike to be interested in even higher resolution screens with pixel densities soaring past 800 ppi. (Samsung’s 5.5 inch 4K display is at 806 ppi!)
Samsung VR
Remember when just a few short years ago, the smartphone industry was shifting from 720p (1280x720px) to 1080p (1920x1080px) displays and we thought: What for? We don’t need so much resolution just to read text and see pictures off the screen, right? Well, no one would have predicted at that time that we’d be sticking our phones into VR headsets to enjoy an immersive virtual reality experience powered by our everyday smartphones and the displays they power. The demand for 4K (3840x2160px) has since sky-rocketed. Especially with Google recently announcing its VR platform called Daydream and 4K TVs becoming more and more common, there is more reason for consumers and OEMs alike to be interested in even higher resolution screens with pixel densities soaring past 800 ppi. (Samsung’s 5.5 inch 4K display is at 806 ppi!)
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2 Motorola Nexus 6 7
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4 Samsung Galaxy J2 (2016) 5
5 Xiaomi Mi 5 5
6 Samsung Galaxy J7 Prime 4
7 LG G5 4
8 Sony Xperia C5 Ultra Dual 3
9 Nokia 6 3
10 Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge 3
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1 Nokia 6
2 Nokia E1
3 Nokia C1
4 Xiaomi Mi Pad 2
5 Xiaomi Redmi Note Prime
6 Xiaomi Redmi 3
7 Xiaomi Mi 4s
8 Xiaomi Mi Max
9 Xiaomi Mi 5
10 Xiaomi Redmi 3 Pro
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Samsung built a 5.5 inch 4K smartphone screen for VR

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          Remember when just a few short years ago, the smartphone industry was shifting from 720p (1280x720px) to 1080p (1920x1080px) displays and we thought: What for? We don’t need so much resolution just to read text and see pictures off the screen, right? Well, no one would have predicted at that time that we’d be sticking our phones into VR headsets to enjoy an immersive virtual reality experience powered by our everyday smartphones and the displays they power. The demand for 4K (3840x2160px) has since sky-rocketed. Especially with Google recently announcing its VR platform called Daydream and 4K TVs becoming more and more common, there is more reason for consumers and OEMs alike to be interested in even higher resolution screens with pixel densities soaring past 800 ppi. (Samsung’s 5.5 inch 4K display is at 806 ppi!)
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Samsung built a 5.5 inch 4K smartphone screen for VR

Date : 2016-05-30
          Remember when just a few short years ago, the smartphone industry was shifting from 720p (1280x720px) to 1080p (1920x1080px) displays and we thought: What for? We don’t need so much resolution just to read text and see pictures off the screen, right? Well, no one would have predicted at that time that we’d be sticking our phones into VR headsets to enjoy an immersive virtual reality experience powered by our everyday smartphones and the displays they power. The demand for 4K (3840x2160px) has since sky-rocketed. Especially with Google recently announcing its VR platform called Daydream and 4K TVs becoming more and more common, there is more reason for consumers and OEMs alike to be interested in even higher resolution screens with pixel densities soaring past 800 ppi. (Samsung’s 5.5 inch 4K display is at 806 ppi!)
Samsung VR
Remember when just a few short years ago, the smartphone industry was shifting from 720p (1280x720px) to 1080p (1920x1080px) displays and we thought: What for? We don’t need so much resolution just to read text and see pictures off the screen, right? Well, no one would have predicted at that time that we’d be sticking our phones into VR headsets to enjoy an immersive virtual reality experience powered by our everyday smartphones and the displays they power. The demand for 4K (3840x2160px) has since sky-rocketed. Especially with Google recently announcing its VR platform called Daydream and 4K TVs becoming more and more common, there is more reason for consumers and OEMs alike to be interested in even higher resolution screens with pixel densities soaring past 800 ppi. (Samsung’s 5.5 inch 4K display is at 806 ppi!)
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