Sony, the maker of electronic devices has specified the details of the display technology which it has put in use in the Xperia V. The company claims that this particular display technology will be facilitating all the benefits of the in-cell panels and is mostly alike them to in terms of features and in many other aspects too. The details of the display technology and its features are discussed below in details.
Just about some days ago did LG, the electronic maker make announcements regarding its Optimus G device that is embedded with an in-cell panel. Well, just after this announcement, come the new expectations of the next iPhone to be enabled with such a similar display technology. The details of the assembling of the display are discussed below in details.
Normally what happens during the making of a conventional display is the assembling of its parts which comprise of a lens, a sensor and a display. But Sony however coped to bring integration between the sensor and the lens in one single unit and this eradicates the extra layer formed between the actual displays. This is likely to deliver a better natural direct touch response. There are also other advantages of such a display. This provides thinner assembly of the display, better quality of the picture, brings fewer amounts of haze and enhances luminance by 5%.
According to Sony, the new direct touch experience will also lessen the Parallax issues. This, in comparison to the Mobile Bravia Engine 2, is likely to be a pretty neat and tidy display technology. Sony is mostly known for its high quality display panels specifically the one embedded into the Xperia P as this display panel comprises of a ‘white magic’ panel accompanying the RGBW sub-pixel layout, something which delivers the unparalleled whites as well as the amazing display legibility viewed in conditions of direct sunlight.