Sony May Use Triluminos Tech in Upcoming Handsets

Posted by at 2:41 pm on April 29, 2013

TriluminosSony has recently revealed its newest Triluminos display tech that uses quantum dots, or nanocrystals so small they have quantum properties, and are emitting light just at preset wavelengths. This boosts everything – from a 50% larger color gamut, to brightness, contrast and so on. Competitor Samsung also has similar technology in the works, though they have not made any recent announcements about using it in products coming to market.

It seemed that the Trilouminos tech might be reserved for the company’s expensive 4K TVs, like the X9004A model, but now Sony Philippines chair claimed that the Triluminous tech will end in the company’s future smartphones, too, which is great news, especially considering the display Sony put in the Z. And if the upcoming handsets are with the rumored Togari and Honami specs, even better. You can check the video of a recent Sony presentation regarding the tech. The info from the Sony exec is:

“…the heads of Sony Philippines likewise confirmed that Triluminos display will definitely come to the Sony Xperia smartphone line. This is cool because, as of writing, Sony is still using TFT panel even in its top of the line handset releases, including Sony Xperia Z. Triluminos will be the Japanese company’s answer to display technologies being offered by other companies like Retina Display and SuperAMOLED.”

Rumors have been around before that those future Sony handsets might come with the Triluminos tech, but didn’t even dream about it until further proof, and here it comes, straight from Sony’s mouth. The technology looks great on the large expensive TVs, and we hope Sony will be able to scale it down successfully for its upcoming phones and tablets.

 

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