The majority of Android devices launched today have a display of between 4.3 and 4.7 inches and typically come with a resolution of 1280 x 720. However things are about to change thanks to the Oppo mobile in China as they have just released a phone that makes 720p a thing of the past.
iPhone 5 bragging rights may be shortlived
The Oppo Find 5 will have a display of 5 inches and it will run at a resolution of 1080p. This means that in essence it will be in the phablet category with a whopping 441 pixels per inch. The display will be sharper than that of the Retina display of the iPhone 5 at 326ppi and also the Nokia Lumia 920 with a resolution of 331ppi.
Oppo are very confident that they will be able to deliver the quad core device in a design that will be just 6.65mm thick. This would make it thinner than the new iPhone 5 too, which Apple has been bragging is the thinnest smartphone on the market.
For now, we will just have to wait to find out if Oppo are able to make it across to US shores as those are some impressive specs in a small package.