You know how we’re living in 2010? Walt Mossberg from The Wall Street Journal chides Samsung for not putting an “ultra–high resolution screen” inside their Galaxy S.
How many pixels are on the Galaxy S? It’s got 800 pixels of height and 480 pixels across.
He’s right, it’s lower than the iPhone 4, which has 960 pixels of height and 640 pixels across, but man, is 800 x 480 really not “ultra–high resolution”?
Up until February I was on the 320 x 240 display of my Nokia E71. Nokia’s flagships today use 640 x 360. So tell me, what exactly is wrong with 800 x 480?
Wish Samsung would hurry up already and release the much rumored Galaxy S 2, which is supposed to offer a 1280 x 720 screen, but still, I feel like I could use 800 x 480 for the next few years and still be happy.