Google’s 1443 PPI 120Hz AMOLED display for VR might be announced in May

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Back in 2017 Google had teased about a VR display that will have 10x more pixels than any commercially available VR display today. It looks Google is now all set to introduce the next-big-thing in the VR space. The search engine giant at the SID 2018 in May is expected introduce the super high-resolution display. According to a new report, the new Google designed VR display will be a 4.3-inch screen which will have a resolution of 18-megapixels with a pixel density of 1443 PPI which is almost double the pixel density compared to the Virtual Reality panels that are available in the market today. Another impressive aspect of the screen is that it will have 120Hz refresh rate which would allow for a great gaming experience. While it is unknown which manufacturer Google has partnered with for producing the VR, it could very well be either LG or Samsung who was able to produce a 1,200 PPI AMOLED in March 2017. On the other hand, LG who teamed up with Google for Pixel 2 XL could also be a partner considering Google’s plan on investing $ 872 million in LG Display in order to secure OLED supply. Additionally, LG is also working on a VR with dual 3.64″ 1440×1280 …
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[$$$] NVIDIA announces 65″ 4K 120Hz gaming displays with Android TV built in

Have you been holding off on your next high-end gaming monitor purchase because you’re unable find one that’s 65 inches across and has built-in smart TV features? Me either. But, if you’re a serious living room desktop PC gamer, today’s announcement from NVIDIA and its partners Acer, Asus, and HP could have you reconsidering your next big TV investment.

Essentially, NVIDIA has developed a reference platform for these manufacturers to produce displays that combine an NVIDIA Shield (i.e., Android TV), NVIDIA’s G-Sync technology, and a 4K 120Hz HDR screen more than five feet in diameter.

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Razer provides list of games optimized for 120Hz refresh rate

Back when Razer launched the Razer Phone with its 120Hz ‘UltraMotion’ display, there were hardly any games that supported the higher refresh rate. Truth be told, there aren’t even many Android games that hit 60fps on a good day, so 120fps was out of the question. List of supported games by genre Since then, Razer has worked with some developers to release optimized versions of their games for the 120Hz display. Unfortunately, I don’t have a Razer Phone at hand to test these games but it’s likely they won’t exactly hit 120fps all the time to match the 120Hz refresh rate of…

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Razer Phone is official with 120Hz screen, 8GB of RAM, 4,000 mAh battery

Razer is officially entering the smartphone space. The gaming-focused company acquired Nextbit back in January, and today it’s unveiled the first device to emerge out of that acquisition: the Razer Phone. A simple name hides massive specs, in this case. Design-wise, the Nextbit heritage is clear, what with all the sharp corners. The color scheme is much more business-friendly, however. The Razer Phone is made out an all-aluminum CNC chassis, has a 24-bit DAC, and it boasts two front-facing stereo speakers with Dolby Atmos sound, each with its own amp – and they’re certified by THX (a first…

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Razer Phone hands-on: 120Hz displays on phones need to happen immediately

When Razer purchased Nextbit last year, fans were understandably concerned that the company might be gobbled up by the gaming-focused brand for its intellectual property and engineering talent, without explicit intent to produce another smartphone. Well, those concerns can (obviously) be laid to rest: Razer built a phone. And by Razer, I mean the former Nextbit team working inside Razer. It’s called the Razer Phone. Creative, I know.

One look at the Razer Phone will have you saying “Nextbit Robin 2.0.” The styling is clearly derivative of Nextbit’s, down to the sharply squared-off edges and large bezels.

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Razer Phone leaks with monstrous specs including 120Hz display, 4000mAh battery, dual cameras, and more

Razer obviously isn’t known for its smartphones. But with the company’s recent acquisition of Nextbit, many of us have been eagerly awaiting a potential Razer smartphone of sorts. Just two weeks ago, a picture of the alleged Razer device leaked showing off its dual cameras. Now, a mobile carrier in the UK has leaked a product page for the Razer Phone, and potato photo aside, it’s mighty interesting.

According to the product page that British mobile provider 3G UK posted, the Razer Phone will have some serious power under the hood.

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Sharp announces Aquos R Compact with 120Hz display

Sharp has announced the Aquos R Compact, a smaller model in its Aquos R range of smartphones. Unlike the other models in the series, the Aquos R Compact has a different, more of an edge-to-edge display design similar to the company’s previous smartphones. The Aquos R Compact has a 4.9-inch, 2032×1080 resolution IGZO LCD. Apart from the fact that it goes right up to the edges on the top, has curved corners and notch in the center for the front camera, the display has 120Hz refresh rate that is twice as fast as almost every other smartphone display. The phone is powered by a Qualcomm…

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Apple’s 120Hz ProMotion iPad Pro display hints at even better AR and VR support in future devices

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Apple has a long history of introducing groundbreaking technology in one device, only to gradually carry it over to the rest of its product lineup in the ensuing years. With that in mind, the newly released iPad Pro with 120Hz ProMotion display could hint at the future of Apple’s portable devices — particularly as the company pushes into augmented reality and virtual reality.
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Review: Apple’s 2017 10.5″ iPad Pro stuns with 120Hz ProMotion display

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Apple’s new 10.5-inch iPad Pro takes a device that was already a best-in-class tablet and makes it even better, headlined by a larger display with a stunning 120Hz refresh rate. But with a $ 649 starting price, Apple cuts just a few too many corners for our liking, especially when compared to the value proposition of the recently released $ 329 9.7-inch iPad.
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10.5″ iPad Pro teardown finds Apple’s 120Hz ProMotion display requires four connecting cables

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Pushing the pixels of the 10.5-inch iPad Pro Retina display at a blazing 120Hz refresh rate requires more bandwidth, which led Apple to double the number of connecting cables for the new iPad’s LCD screen, a teardown of the device has discovered.
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