Samsung Nexus 10 display BEATS Apple's iPad Retina display [Comparison]
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Samsung has Officially released the Nexus 10 yesterday with a amazing specs, and a gorgeous display. The Nexus 10 screen has a whopping 2560x1600 resolution with a pixe density of 300ppi on a 10.1-inch Super AMOLED HD, That's more than 4 Million pixels in your hands.
This display is far better and bigger display than that the Apple's iPad 4 which features a IPS 2048x1536 resolution at only 264ppi on a 9.7 inch screen. Nexus 10 sAMOLED screen offers more pixels, more size, deeper colors, higher brightness with a standard resolution unlike the iPad 4. Here is the display details for each device:
iPad 4: 2048x1536 with 264ppi on a 9.7" Retina IPS, about 3 Million pixels.
Nexus 10: 2560x1600 with 300ppi on a 10.1" sAMOLED HD, About 4 Million pixels.
Looks like the Samsung's Nexus 10 beats Apple's Retina display. Check the vdieo below to see the Nexus 10 display in live action.