Samsung Super AMOLED Plus display has 50 percent boost in subpixel than previous AMOLED screens

Samsung Super AMOLED Plus display has 50 percent boost in subpixel than previous AMOLED screens
A new report has revealed that Samsung Super AMOLED Plus has 50 percent increase in subpixel than previous AMOLED screens. The AMOLED display didn’t have equally sized of red, green and blue (RGB) pixels. Using something called a “PenTile” configuration, green pixels are noticeably shrunk down in size. OLED-Info points out that Samsung's new Super AMOLED Plus screens appear to have solved the PenTile problem, instead using something called Real-Stripe, which explains the company's claim back at CES of a 50 percent boost in subpixel count. This explains why a 4.3-inch screen that uses Real-Stripe has the same resolution as a 4-inch with a penTile matrix. This screen should actually be clearer because of the added sub-pixels and better matrix design. Super AMOLED Plus displays are not only clearer but they're also thinner, brighter and use 18% less energy than the old Super AMOLED screens.

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