Goodbye pixels

Original author: Kevin Cannon
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Hello habra
I decided to translate a short article describing the trends in increasing the resolution of mobile devices.

These days, the average monitor resolution is around 120 PPI, while the average print resolution is around 300 DPI. But very soon everything will be different. After all, now Motorola Droid has a resolution of 250 PPI, and the new iPhone'a promise 326 PPI.

This means that for the first time in displays, picture quality will be higher than in print. Of course, this will not happen immediately, it will take about 5-8 years for such technologies to appear in 70% of manufactured devices.

Under a cut-off schedule the

Than it threatens us:
1. An excellent picture on mobile devices (well and desktop monitors).
2. Designers will no longer need to adapt printed graphics to screen resolution.
3. The web design will no longer need to draw layouts at the pixel level.
4. New features.

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