TUOW reported that Samsung is all set to show the world the industry’s first 2560 x 1600, 10.1 inch LCD next week at the SID Display Week 2011 International Symposium.
The prototype demonstration marks the first time this resolution has been available for the tablet market in the popular 10.1-inch format, rivaling the highest resolution smartphone displays now on the market. Samsung expects to have commercial availability of this technology for tablet applications later this year.
The screen features a screen density of 300dpi and is said to available for tablets later this year. This could lead to a true Retina display for a future iPad. Apple lovers were expecting this feature earlier this year on iPad 2 when it looked like Apple was majorly preparing for a double resolution iPad of 2048 x 1536. But it did not happen due to the lack of availability of high density displays.
Two analysts had already predicted before the launch of iPad 2, that the iPad 3 will present its users a pixel-doubled Retina display.
Kuo now claims that iPad 3 will deliver a Retina Display-like quality and resolution doubling to 2048×1536, an enhancement originally thought to make it into the more immediate release of iPad 2.
In addition to this information they also predicted that the third generation iPad with Retina Display can be seen in 2012. Let us wait and see!