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High Resolution Display Phones (Over 300 PPI)

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We consider any display that has a pixel density of 326 pixels per inch (PPI) or more to be deemed as a high resolution display in this price list. This display should give you a satisfactory viewing experience for reading text, watching images or videos and should generally result in better viewability of any content on your smartphone screen. Here is a list of 1158 mobile phones that have a display with PPI of over 300. Last updated on 12th November 2018.

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Top 10 High Resolution Phones Price List

High Resolution Phones ListLatest PriceValue for Money
Xiaomi Redmi Note 5 ProRs. 14,30994 / 100
Xiaomi Redmi Note 5 Pro (6GB/64GB)Rs. 15,47495 / 100
Xiaomi Redmi Note 4 (4GB/64GB)Rs. 11,99086 / 100
Honor 9NRs. 10,71987 / 100
Realme 2 ProRs. 13,99080 / 100
Lenovo K8 Note (4GB/64GB)Rs. 8,36995 / 100
Samsung Galaxy A7 2018Rs. 22,77585 / 100
Xiaomi Redmi 6 ProRs. 10,99985 / 100
Realme 1 128GBRs. 13,99079 / 100
Tenor G (4GB/64GB)Rs. 9,69990 / 100
Here's a fact to marvel at - an average smartphone today has as many or more number of pixels than a flat TV or a computer. One of the big proponents in the evolution of the smartphone has been the rampant increase in its screen resolution. With improvements in power efficiency of components like the screen and other components, and the increase in the computational power, modern smartphones can resolve many millions of pixels in an instant. A high resolution improves your experience when you're trying to read text, watch movies and videos, play games or have any other interaction with the phone. One of the high points that gave high resolution screens a shot in the arm was in 2010 when Apple introduced Retina Display.

The concept was simple - the first three iPhones had a 3.5-inch screen resolution of 480 x 320 pixels. In the iPhone 4, while keeping the screen size to the same 3.5 inches, the number of pixels was quadrupled to 960 x 640 pixels, all while maintaining the same scale as the prior resolution. This means that instead of there being more real estate on a tiny screen, all elements were of the same size, just that instead of 1 pixel now there were 4 smaller pixels. This added a level of sharpness to text and imagery that was never seen before. And the rest is history.

Competition geared up at their end by bumping resolution year after year much faster than the growth in screen size. The iPhone 4 had a 326 pixels per inch (PPI) pixel density, and Apple suggested that the human eye could not practically resolve any more detail at an average distance where the phone is typically held from the eye. But since then we've seen resolutions increase from Full HD (1920 x 1080 pixels) to Quad HD (2560 x 1440 pixels) on screens sized between 5 to 6 inches, resulting in an ultra high pixel density of 500+ PPI. Nowadays, Android phone makers like LG and Samsung are at the forefront of upping the resolution in their flagship phone almost every year. Although the practical benefits of this high a pixel density are debatable, there's no denying that once you're used to seeing a sharp display, the lack in sharpness on other displays is somewhat noticeable.

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