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The dimensions of modern smartphones are increasing constantly, until their displays start to maintain and increasingly higher resolution, to attract the attention of consumers. Many of us agree that the greater is their resolution, the better the quality of the picture they provide. Although at first glance it sounds quite logical alleged, the truth is that on this display capabilities of smartphones affect us a lot of additional factors.

First we should note the fact that the human eye stops to recognize the individual pixels, if the density exceeds 300ppi, while the last generation models of the leading companies offering noticeably higher values. Another important point is that the devices 400 or 500ppi are much more expensive, and this difference in price is not always justified by the quality that they offer. High resolution smartphones also loaded tangible and other hardware components such as processor and graphics chip, leading to delay their work.

A good example of this is the Xperia Z3 Compact of Sony, which according to many analysts, offers better display than its larger predecessor, Xperia Z3, although there is “only” HD panel. We should not forget also that the higher resolution reflects negatively on the battery life of our gadgets. Thus, if you need an affordable smartphone with more talk time per charge is likely to be oriented models with lower resolution, which will also offer opportunities for impressive multitasking, but at a significantly lower price.

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