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iPhone 4’s Retina Display

by Travis Harvey | June 7, 2010June 7, 2010 3:39 pm PDT

As if the iPhone’s new redesign wasn’t enough to make you green with envy, Apple went ahead and changed nearly everything about the iPhone’s display.  Sure, it’s still a measly 3.5 inches compared to the EVO’s behemoth 4.3-inch LCD but the little guy is packing some serious pixel density.

With the iPhone’s new Retina display, Apple is able to cram four times as many pixels into the iPhone 4 as the 3GS had, making text look crisp and clear no matter how close you’re reading.  In the 3.5-inch IPS display, there are over half a million pixels spanning its 960 x 640 screen – 614,400 to be exact.   Take 78% of the iPad’s pixels and cram it into a 3.5” iPhone and you’ve got some serious high definition action going on.  (click image to expand)

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