Reading about all the different phones coming out of CES 2013 and it seems to be a common thing to see the full 1080p phones that sport over 440 PPI. I have to wonder what is the point? If people cannot see past a certain point is the phone only wasting precious graphics processing power and energy consumption to enable such a high pixel density? I don't want to spark a debate from those who cram the phone in their face and say they can see the pixels on 326 PPI devices, but for the majority of us what is the benefit of these displays? Personally I would like to see development on a phone that moves to vector based UI. That would be more interesting than cramming more pixels into a display and calling it innovation (re: 4K TVs). Thoughts?