Less than ten days ago, one of the best screenphones with the best screen ever was the Samsung Galaxy Note 9. Although the large format penalizes pixel density, this is another important factor when it comes to enjoying high screen resolutions on mobile devices . We will know those with a higher pixel density.
As we said above, the Samsung Galaxy Note 9 screen is absolutely the best screen mobile we have ever seen in the market, so reveals a test from the reference experts in this important hardware for all terminals, just like the visual panel.
These are the phones with the best screen (in pixel density)
Obviously the density of pixels is not a definitive element in choosing the best screen, in fact the Samsung Galaxy Note 9 is not in this list, simply because the same resolution has a larger screen.
That's why mobile phones have smaller screens and the same resolution, They show a higher density of pixels. As expected, mobile phones with the highest density of pixels on their screen belong to the major Korean and Japanese manufacturers. These are the following terminals:
- Sony Xperia XZ Premium, 5.5 "4K screen (807 pixels per inch)
- Sony Xperia XZ 2 Premium, 5.8 "4K screen (765 pixels per inch)
- Samsung Galaxy S9, 5.8 "QHD + screen (570 pixels per inch)
- LG G7 ThinQ, 6.1 "QHD + screen (564 pixels per inch)
- Nokia 8, 5.3 "QHD screen (554 pixels per inch)
As you can see, it is clear that the resolution is directly related to the density of pixels and of course the size of the screen. With more resolution and a smaller screen size we have a higher pixel density and therefore more detail as long as we view content with that pixel density.
It is clear that Sony 4K screens win the game and offer much more pixels than the competition, especially in the Sony Xperia XZ Premium, the mobile that combines more resolution with a smaller screen size. Among other mobile phones, Samsung, Nokia and LG have very similar densities, due to their QHD resolution, which until the arrival of the Sony Premium was the highest resolution. Of course, as has been widely said, the true usefulness of 4K resolutions in such small screen sizes is doubtful, though for tastes, colors. It is clear that more than 500 points per inch are more than enough to enjoy high-resolution content. What do you prefer, more pixel density at all costs or a good balance between screen size and resolution?