Smartphones from LG, Samsung, Pantech with full HD Display

LG, Samsung, Pantech upcoming smartphones have Full HD display. Read more about this upcoming Smartphones in the article.

The year 2013 will see more fierce battle as mobile and tablet manufacturers are gearing up to enthrall the tech enthusiasts with quite a number of surprises which are still wrapped. With the advancement in technology it is much sure that the 2013 will give the best under arms. Already HTC made their presence unveiling a full HD 1080 p 5 inch display smartphone J Butterfly which already had made a huge buzz in the online world.

With more and more manufacturers joining the fray, the customers will have better mobile experience. After HTC unveiled their J Butteryfly, the first 1080p smartphone it is now known that both Samsung and LG are working on full HD smartphones which will make their debut in the first half of 2013.

While Samsung would rely on full HD AMLOED display, LG is expected to go for full HD IPS LCD display embedded in their smartphones. Along with them, Pantech another Korean smartphone maker is also up working with a full HD smartphone to be duly released in 2013. It is also known that Japanese manufacturer Sony is currently giving final touch to a 5 inch full HD display phone codenamed as C650X Odin. LG Display had made a first impression showcasing a five-inch display panel with a density of 440 ppi at an exhibition which would be passed on to LG Electronics for their upcoming full HD smartphones.

Concerned with the specifications of smartphones, it's truly competition at its peak. The android manufacturers are adding fire to the 'specs war' which keeps the mobile technology move forward. Even though HTC can boost of unveiling the first full HD 1080p 5-inch display smartphone, the screen is manufactured by Sharp.

Meanwhile tech giants Samsung and LG are gearing up to bring more power to their upcoming smartphones with full HD. According to various news sources Samsung has gone ahead figuring out the skill to use AMOLED technology combining 400+ pixel per inch densities which is required to display a full 1080p image on a smartphone sized device. LG also has gone past the test and made success in combining the technology on their LCD panels. Being a more ambitious project, both companies will launch their phones embedded with the latest technology in the first half of 2013.

Now it's time for the customers to think about their plans over a smartphone. The last phone which you might have bought would be the Galaxy S III which already had completed 6 months. So it's up to you to decide whether go for a new Nexus phone or to wait a couple more months to get the first touch of 1080p display HD phone.

So if you could save some money and wait for few months, there will be a number of 1080p display HD phones waiting for your choice including HTC J Butterfly, Oppp Find 5, upcoming phones from Samsung, LG and Pantech, Motorola and others too. If reports are to be believed, the Samsung Galaxy S4 will be the first from the company to have a HD display. So as the stage is set, there will not be much wait to see smartphones with quad core processor, 1080p display, 2 GB of RAM, and a 12 megapixel camera.

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