HTC executives reveales the company's plans for a wearable device in a conversation with Re/code. In line with past rumors, the Taiwanese manufacturer confirmed that it will not enter the market for such products until next year.
According to Jason Mackenzie, the head of HTC Americas, the company originally had plans to launch a wearable in this time frame. However, the gadget is not ready for the spotlight just yet.
Furthermore, Drew Bamford, the man in charge of the HTC Creative Labs team that works on wearables, took a jab at the competition. He pointed to the media that none of the current manufacturers has gotten the wearable device concept right.
Sharp revealed a new amazing dsiplay, a 4.1-inch IGZO LCD display with a 4K resolution. Such high resolution on a display this size results in the barely believable pixel density of 736ppi almost close to a 1000ppi.
Sharp has pulled off the mind-boggling pixel density by utilizing smaller, 11.5µm pixels. Naturally, having such minuscule pixels allows manufacturers to fit more of them in a display panel. Sharp aims to start mass producing its latest display in 2016.