Japan Display has announced that it has begun producing completely new displays for mobile devices. It is very possible that the technology will go to the next Sony smartphones, so that the Japanese will be able to catch up with the competition.
Japan Display is a brand that manufactures electronic components and has contracts with such giants as Sony, Hitachi and Toshiba, but we are interested in the first brand because it is the one that can benefit the most from the new product. JDI reported that it has created a 6-inch display that can operate at 1080 x 2160 pixels while maintaining an 18: 9 aspect ratio. This format is recently popular among flagship smartphones and you will find it in the Galaxy S8 or LG G6.In addition to the format itself, the new JDI screen is made in FULL ACTIVE LCD technology to provide better color depth and pitch black. The manufacturer also boasts that he has improved the responsiveness panel and responded to his wet fingers. So far, Sony has often used displays ordered directly from JDI, and this is a sure indication of what exactly we can find in more Xperia smartphones. As you can see the 18: 9 displays are getting more and more popular, but JDI produces only 6 inches at this moment . For more details you will have to wait, but the lack of frames on the new display would make the Sony Ericsson smartphone look more attractive. Source: XperiaBlog