Samsung May Introduce a Smartphone with 2K Display and Eye-Scanning Feature in MWC 2014
We know that flagships in 2014 are going to sport impressive 2K (2560 x 1440) QHD displays and new reports continue to suggest about this possibility. Samsung could also be working on such a device and the ZDNet Korea said that it will be showcased during the MWC 2014 event, which begins annually on February.
It remains to be seen if it would be the much-rumored Galaxy S5. But we wouldn’t be surprised if Samsung uses something better than the now commonplace 1080p resolution. Previously, we spotted that a Samsung phone surfaced in graphics benchmark database carrying 2.5GHz processor and Android 4.4 KitKat.
So, it’s quite safe to assume 2K HD will become a standard feature in 2014. It appears that smartphones will prove to be the leader in mobile tech, since ultrabook ad tablet manufacturers still strive to achieve this resolution. High end models will break the 500ppi barrier and the Vivo Xplay 3S is expected to make history soon as the first mobile phone with a 2560 x 1440 display.
We also heard rumors that Samsung’s bombshell device will be equipped with an eye scanning technology, possibly as a response to Apple’s TouchID fingerprint scanner used by the iPhone 5S.