Why do cell phones get all the dots?
Subject: Mobile | April 17, 2012 - 07:11 PM | Jeremy Hellstrom
While laptops seem stuck at the horrible resolution of 1366 x 786 no matter how big the screen, cellphones have evolved from 320 x 240 to as much as 1280 x 720. In other words there are cellphone models out there with almost the same amount of pixels as a 17" laptop. This means the dots per inch rating on a cellphone is significantly higher, making colours richer in light, text sharper and video more crisp than that $1000+ laptop you just picked up. The Tech Report doesn't feel that this is in any way, shape or form fair; they do have a good idea why it is so however.
"The explosion of high-DPI displays in phones and tablets has upset David Morgan's PC enthusiast sensibilities, as he explains:"
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