Currently there are several types of screens on cell phones, but most are made up of two great technologies, LCD and OLED. Both have their advantages and disadvantages, but as the second breakthrough, the first one begins to lose ground.
For example, this year, for the first time, Apple used an OLED screen on one of their phones, especially on the iPhone X.
This screen was manufactured by Samsung, following certain guidelines of the US company, and the most characteristic of this screen was that it had no borders except in the upper area.
Something similar is presented by the company BOE, a company that also manufactures OLED screens and is surprised to display a screen more than six inches with OLED technology and only pictures except in the same area as the iPhone.
Perfect for iPhone X clones with Android
This new screen has quite remarkable features. It is made with OLED technology, the same as manufacturers like Samsung or OnePlus, and now also Apple.
It has a diagonal of 6.18 inches although it has no borders (we would have to add those of the terminal building), its size is not excessive.
The resolution depends on expectations, with 2992 × 1440 px and strangely does not use a screen ratio of 18: 9 but the classic 16: 9 . The density of dots per inch, in the way we normally see the sharpness, is 537 dpi and the brightness capable of developing is 390 nits a rather low figure.
The most remarkable screens in this sense that we can see now range from 600 nits.
The first clone of the iPhone X with Android is already here
Chinese manufacturers are always looking at Apple to copy their designs, so it's no wonder there's a clone of the iPhone X with Android in the works.