Samsung Makes Screens Easier To Read Outdoors
Jan 26, 2006, 1:11 PM by (staff)
Samsung today announced a new super-reflective LCD technology for transflective displays. Although the term reflective normally has negative connotations with outdoors viewing, in this case the reflective properties make the display brighter and thus easier to read in bright sunlight. Transflective displays save power over normal TFT LCDs, but often aren't as bright outdoors. The first model to use this new technology is a 128x160 display 3 times brighter than current models. Samsung plans to roll this technology into all its high resolution displays in the future.
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about damn time.
I think you misread the article here buddy...
What, exactly, is the big deal?
This will help that out alot. You won't (theoretically) have to tilt your phone anymore.