iPhone 5 Display Predictions: 326 PPI, 4.5-inch Screen, More

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elderjlward

As mentioned above the iPhone 5 could have achieved true HD with a screen resolution of 1280x720. It however fell short this true HD mark coming in at only 1126x640 and 326 PPI display on a 4 inch display.
Both the Nokia Lumia 920 PureMotion HD+ display at 1280x768 and 332 PPI (4.5 inch display) and the HTC 8X at 1280x720 and 341 PPI(4.3 in display) come in higher than the iPhone 5.
Note the Lumia 920 also sports super sensitive touch which with gloves(for those cold days), fingernails, as well as the common fingertip. Better display and better interface.

Wireless charging built in with the Qi standard. NFC. And what is not really getting the coverage it deserves from even a purely technical perspective WP8 allows third party app access to the API for voice interaction. The potential for voice interaction now goes beyond the constraints of the OS and are bound almost only by the limits of the app developers imagination. Innovation in the smartphone market is happening on other fronts other than Apple this year. Maybe we should at the very least take a look.

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Nick Pirce

All of a sudden rumors about a 4.5 inch screen at 1280x720

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brandonwalkermedia

"The iPhone 4 display, is no longer state-of-the-art."

Wow really name one company who has a better quality screen? Name one who has more PPI

Also does this not contradict the resent reports of just a taller screen? Rumors need to be more appealing, they need to think out side the box! its Apple "Think Different!"

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elderjlward

As mentioned above the iPhone 5 could have achieved true HD with a screen resolution of 1280x720. It however fell short this true HD mark coming in at only 1126x640 and 326 PPI display on a 4 inch display.
Both the Nokia Lumia 920 PureMotion HD+ display at 1280x768 and 332 PPI (4.5 inch display) and the HTC 8X at 1280x720 and 341 PPI(4.3 in display) come in higher than the iPhone 5.
Note the Lumia 920 also sports super sensitive touch which allows interaction with the screen with gloves on(for those cold days), fingernails, as well as the common fingertip. Better display and better interface than the iPhone 5.

Wireless charging is built in with the Qi standard. NFC. And what is not really getting the coverage it deserves from even a purely technical perspective WP8 allows third party app access to the API for voice interaction. The potential for voice interaction now goes beyond the constraints of the OS and are bound almost only by the limits of the app developers imagination. Innovation in the smartphone market is happening on other fronts other than Apple this year. Maybe we should at the very least take a look.

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