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Old Jan 15, 2013, 09:40 PM   #26
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HTC already has phones out with better quality displays. The S4 will have a revolutionary display as well. Retina is a term used and marketed by Apple for a display with a very high pixel density. In other words there is no such thing as a "Retina"...
Not a popular post I'm sure, but it is true. The HTC One X has the best quality display on the market. It is better than the iphone 5 display.
I do not know why HTC has such a poor market share, but it is NOT b/c their phones suck. They are the best engineered phones on the market today. The One X is tough as nails and bests the iPhone 5 in many areas.

Do we need retina + resolution? Nope
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Old Jan 15, 2013, 10:03 PM   #27
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Agreed. But if they keep improving, will we see a difference? There is only a limit to the human eye to distinguish pixels, right?
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1) Your eyes cant see down to that resolution so there would be no visible difference. So whats the point?
I think there's a difference between discerning pixels and discerning quality. For example, I can't see individual pixels on my 1366x768 TV from across the room. But I'm sure I would notice the increase in picture quality if it transformed into a 1080P or 4K TV.

Although I agree that there are other areas of the iPhone that should be improved first, Apple has yet to reach the pinnacle of screen quality.
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