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[* black] Sony's been touting the subpixel matrix in this display, so we decided to whip out our microscope and take a closer look.
[* black] On the left we have a traditional LED-backlit IPS display from an iPhone 6s.
[* black] And on
the right is PS VR's AMOLED display featuring a hexagonal subpixel matrix, consistent with other Samsung-made OLED displays found in their flagship smartphones.
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[* icon_note
] And for comparison purposes, on the rightbecause we haveknow you can't see those subpixels we've included a magnified view of the OLED panel. Although there is only an LED-backlit IPS18% increase in pixel density, the pixels on the headset display from an iPhone 6sseem tiny due to its unique subpixel matrix.
[* black] On the left we have a traditional LED-backlit IPS display from an iPhone 6s.
[* black] And on
the right is PS VR's AMOLED display featuring a hexagonal subpixel matrix, consistent with other Samsung-made OLED displays found in their flagship smartphones.
[* black

[* icon_note
] And for comparison purposes, on the rightbecause we haveknow you can't see those subpixels we've included a magnified view of the OLED panel. Although there is only an LED-backlit IPS18% increase in pixel density, the pixels on the headset display from an iPhone 6sseem tiny due to its unique subpixel matrix.

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