Toshiba gave a line up of products it’s going to announce on SID 2011, among them we have got a wide screen of 4 inches with 720p capability…. Rumors blown across WWW is that it can be the next generation’s iPhone display because it is said that Toshiba has been building a plant in the far east for Apple’s iPhone. It’s an HD display according to the resolution and i.e 1280 x 720.
TiPb gives out more information on the display history
The iPhone 3GS has a resolution of 480 x 320, the iPhone 4 has double that at 960 x 640 and the new Toshiba display has a resolution of 1280 x 720. iPhone 4s 960 x 640 was the same 4:3 aspect ration exactly double the previous generations 480 x 320, and was therefore broadly compatible. 1280 x 720 is not only incompatible in terms of resolution but in terms of aspect ratio.
The mobile section of the booth will feature high-resolution LTPS displays, up to 367ppi (pixels per inch) resolution density, in sizes ranging from 3.3-inch to 4.0-inch with resolution formats ranging from Wide VGA (480 x 864) to HD. In addition, these displays will demonstrate advanced technologies such as high-contrast (up to 1,500:1), high-color (up to 92% NTSC), and wide viewing angle (up to H/V 176º/176º). The displays are just a few representative examples of TMD’s broad line of thin and light displays for mobile smartphones and other portable electronic devices.
via [Razorian Fly]