The Chinese company Oppo might not be a household name, but it made it into the headlines recently by unveiling the Oppo Finder, the thinnest smartphone available. Now, an even more amazing device is coming - the Oppo Find 5, a 5-inch smartphone that might well become the first with a 1080p screen.

With a pixel density of the whopping 441ppi, this blows all competition out of the water and below you can see an approximation of what the level of detail looks like, even in comparison with screens like the “Retina” one on the iPhone 4S. At 441ppi, the pixel density is a lot more detailed than the 326ppi iPhone display.

Now, paper-like smoothness and crispness is already close at that level. At around 500ppi to 600ppi you really start to almost not notice any difference between screen and paper. Ideally, it’s said that 1200ppi is the ideal resolution for perfect photographic papers, but that would mean a ton more pixels to process - something our hardware is not yet capable of handling.

The Oppo Find 5 is also said to be powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 Pro chip with a quad-core Krait processor. The latest of Android, 4.1 Jelly Bean is also said to be on board. Now, if only Oppo could bring the Find 5 to more markets and sooner, right?

source: Android Authority