Toshiba is in attendance at the fantastically named 2011 Society for Information Display (SID) International Symposium, Seminar & Exhibition, and a press release promises that it’ll “exhibit next-generation displays and technologies for mobile phones and portable electronics”.
Included in its exhibition is glasses-free 3D technology, to be shown off on 3 and 8in displays. Sounds like smartphone and tablet territory to us. The technology boasts “a fast response time and a wide viewing angle”.
In Tosh’s mobile booth, they’ll show off high-resolution LTPS displays, with up to 367 pixels per inch. That tops Apple’s Retina display, which manages 326 ppi.
The high-res tech will be demonstrated on a range of displays, from 3.3in with 480x864 resolution, to 720x1280 4in screens.
In addition, the contrast will be up to 1,500:1. The iPhone 4’s contrast, to give that figure some context, is 800:1.
Impressive stuff, though it’ll likely be some time before we see the technology hit shelves.