When it comes to smartphone displays, we tend to see higher and higher resolutions being introduced these days, and that should keep consumers happy. After all, who does not want to enjoy a Full HD movie right there and then on their smartphone? The thing is, you can only see so much detail on such a small display, so it does not really make sense to cram in that many pixels, but on the other hand, it could very well be a selling point. The Sony C660X Yuga which we caught on the AnTuTu benchmark earlier today, has also been seen to carry a 1080p display as revealed by its NenaMark2 scores under the 1920 x 1080 pixels resolution category.
The benchmark score has since been removed from the NenaMark2 database, where we are looking at a maximum resolution of 1794 x 1080 pixels. Where do the remainder of the 126 pixels go to? Chances are, those will end up as the Android on-screen buttons. It would be interesting to see just what kind of visuals other smartphone manufacturers will come up with in the future for their flagship devices.
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