According to purported leaked technical specs of the unannounced device, Pantech could introduce a 5-inch 1080p HD smartphone at CES 2013. Outed by a a Wi-Fi Alliance certificate, the Pantech handset is called the Vega IM-A860. The document says the handset will sport a 1,920x1,080-pixel full HD screen, a quad-core Snapdragon S4 Pro processor accompanied by an Adreno 320 GPU, as well as support for 4G LTE.
Last year, the South Korean manufacturer launched the budget-priced Burst for AT&T. AT&T or Verizon could be the carrier chosen for the Vega IM-A860 due to Pantech's relationship with both U.S. carriers.
Full HD smartphones have started to appear more frequently in the market, which has been spearheaded by HTC via the J Butterfly (known as the Deluxe internationally), in addition to the Droid DNA. Devices such as the Butterfly boast 440ppi (pixel-per inch), while the iPhone 5's Retina display has a ppi of 326.
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Here is a 13" laptop with 2560 by 1600 res. Just have to be willing to pay apple tax. I wouldn't, just saying the're around.