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The display on the iPhone 11 Pro and iPhone 11 Pro Max has received DisplayMate’s “highest ever A+ grade” while also grabbing the “Best Smartphone Display Award,” too.

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YouTuber Jonathan Morrison wanted to see whether the 1080p Xiaomi Pocophone F1 display was indeed better looking compared to the iPhone XR’s oft-criticized 720p panel, so he set up a blind test to get to the bottom of things.

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According to a number of Samsung Galaxy Note 8 users, the oleophobic coating on the smartphone’s screen is beginning to either peel off, or degrade significantly – often to the point of failure.

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While Apple has already said that a new monitor is on the way, a new report has today given us some interesting info about it, including the claim that it might be an 8K offering.

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At the ongoing SID 2016 Display Week in San Fransisco, Samsung demoed a rollable screen that could serve as the display of its rumored Galaxy X flexible smartphone. The screen can be rolled up into a metal cylinder with a radius of just 10mm and measures 5.7-inch diagonally, with a Full HD resolution.

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Samsung Electronics has just unveiled its SE370 monitor complete with integrated wireless charging capabilities for mobile devices and other Qi-compatible hardware. The Korean giant is rightly proud of the fact that its stunning new monitor places itself as the first of its kind within the monitor industry, and aims to do away with the “unnecessary” ports and clutter of cables that are generally required for charging multiple devices.

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8K displays could be headed to laptops and all-in-one PCs in a very uncompromising manner, thanks to a new video standard. Thought your 4K laptop and 5K iMac were as revolutionary as they come? This new piece of tech breakthrough is here to change all of that.

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After four iterations, Apple has upped the display size of the iPhone from 3.5 to 4-inches, with an appropriate increase in resolution (1136 x 640). It is arguably the biggest feature of the iPhone 5 for most people, as the other big feature – 4G LTE – is still restricted to limited to a select number of cities in the U.S. and Europe.

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