POCO F5 Pro WQHD+ Screen is Amazing, Displays Up To 53,652 Letters Clearly

Have you ever noticed that reading e-books or websites on your smartphone is a struggle, especially when the font is too small and the text appears blurry?

Recently, there have been claims that a screen on an upcoming smartphone can display an impressive 53,652 letters without any loss in clarity. Is this really possible or could it be just another marketing ploy?

Well, believe it or not, top handset brand POCO has just announced an upcoming product launch event scheduled on May 9, 2023, featuring their new POCO F5 Pro with a WQHD+ screen. The highlight of this smartphone is its ability to display a staggering 53,652 letters on a single screen. But is this claim too good to be true? Let's investigate.

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What is WQHD+?

WQHD+ or Wide Quad High-Definition Plus is a screen resolution that boasts an impressive 3,200 x 1,440 pixels. For comparison, FHD+ or Full High Definition Plus screens, which are commonly found on most phones, only have a resolution of 2,400 x 1,800 pixels. 

To better illustrate the difference between the two resolutions, we can calculate the total number of pixels:

Total number of pixels on a WQHD+ screen: 3,200 × 1,440 = 4,608,000 pixels
Total number of pixels on an FHD+ screen: 2,400 × 1,080 = 2,592,000 pixels

This means that the WQHD+ screen resolution is approximately 1.78 times greater than that of the FHD+ screen resolution, with the WQHD+ screen having nearly twice as many pixels as the FHD+ screen. As a result, the WQHD+ screen is capable of displaying significantly finer details and offering better overall visual quality.


What are the advantages of having a WQHD+ screen of POCO F5 Pro?

The WQHD+ screen on the POCO F5 Pro boasts numerous natural advantages when compared to the FHD+ screens found on most phones. These advantages include:

Enhanced Video Quality: Thanks to its higher resolution, the WQHD+ screen excels at displaying the finer details of high-definition video content. For example, when watching 4K video, the WQHD+ screen can showcase more pixel information, resulting in a more realistic and vivid viewing experience.

Superior Gaming Quality: High-end games often feature intricate visual effects, and the WQHD+ screen provides players with a more immersive gaming experience. When playing a game like "Genshin Impact," the WQHD+ screen can display more detailed textures and richer colors, making the game world feel more realistic and captivating.

Improved Post-Processing: For photography and image editing enthusiasts, the WQHD+ screen provides a more accurate view of images, allowing for easier adjustments and optimization. When using software like Adobe Lightroom for photo post-processing, the WQHD+ screen can display more details, providing greater precision when making edits.

More Comfortable Reading: The high pixel density of the WQHD+ screen makes text appear sharper and clearer, reducing visual fatigue during reading. Whether browsing the web, reading e-books, or viewing PDF files, the WQHD+ screen can provide a more comfortable reading experience.

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53,652 Letters in Just One Screen? It Is Really Possible?

Let's revisit the original question: Is it truly possible to display 53,652 words on a single screen of such high definition, with clarity? Let's explore this further by doing some calculations. 

In order to display such a large number of letters on a WQHD+ screen, several factors come into play, such as screen size, font size, and letter spacing. To put this in context, the POCO F5 Pro has a 6.67-inch screen with a WQHD+ resolution of 3.200 × 1,440 pixels.

To determine how many pixels are required to ensure legibility of each letter, let's assume that each letter must be 8 x 8 pixels in size. Using this assumption, we can calculate the total number of pixels needed to display 50,000 letters: (number of letters) x 8 (width in pixels) x 8 (height in pixels) = 3,200,000 pixels.

The WQHD+ screen of the POCO F5 Pro, with its 4,608,000 pixels, is more than sufficient to display 50,000 letters. Even after accounting for some pixels being used for text spacing and line spacing, this high-resolution screen is still capable of displaying such a large amount of text with clarity. This demonstrates the exceptional quality of this display panel.

POCO F5 Pro WQHD+ Screen 53652 Letters

Not Just Clear But Also Bright and Brilliant

Undoubtedly, the high-quality performance of the POCO F5 Pro screen cannot be attributed solely to its impressive resolution. This exceptional screen is designed to perform exceptionally well in various settings and conditions.

In broad daylight, this screen's 120Hz AMOLED display can reach a brightness of 1,400 nits, allowing for clear visibility of the screen even in direct sunlight. At night, the screen's 1920Hz high-frequency PWM dimming makes it more comfortable to use for extended periods, as it reduces the likelihood of eye strain and fatigue, setting it apart from most low-frequency PWM dimming screens.

Moreover, when it comes to movie-watching, the Adaptive HDR feature of this screen enhances the viewing experience by automatically adjusting the display settings to match the lighting conditions of the environment, showcasing cutting-edge technological advancement.

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Aside From Its WQHD+ Screen, POCO F5 Pro Has All-Around Flagship Features

The POCO F5 Pro boasts of excellent performance, thanks to its use of one of the top processors available today - the Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1. Made using TSMC's latest 4nm process, this new-generation Qualcomm processor delivers exceptional performance, as evidenced by its AnTuTu running score of over 1 million - putting it at the forefront of mobile phone performance. Even demanding games like Genshin Impact can run smoothly on this phone at 58FPS, making it a go-to device for avid mobile gamers.

As an all-around flagship phone, the POCO F5 Pro doesn't fall short when it comes to photography and video recording. Its 64MP OIS Triple Camera module is equipped with a newly launched "film" function, which I am excited about, while retaining all the previous features. The smartphone's Snapdragon 8+ Gen1 chip also brings new imaging features, including a motion capture function that tracks the moment of the action being captured, minimizing blurring in photos. The camera can take up to 50 photos in a few seconds, ensuring you never miss a moment. You can also shoot incredible 8K videos with the newly-supported motion tracking focus, automatically identifying the object that you want to highlight.

The upcoming POCO F5 Pro is certainly an all-around flagship phone that boasts outstanding features. Its ultra-high-resolution screen, top-level chip, large battery, and fast charging features make it a balanced performer across the board. Offhand, I believe it is definitely worth checking out and getting, especially for hardcore POCO fans.

If you're interested in the POCO F5 Pro's WQHD+ screen or other new POCO phones, stay tuned for more specific information and pricing to be revealed at the launch event on May 9th.

To wrap up, let me ask you: What are your thoughts on the POCO F5 Pro's WQHD+ AMOLED screen? How much do you think this flagship-contenter smartphone will be priced at?

Update: POCO F5 and POCO F5 Pro are now officially available in the Philippines. You can purchase the smartphones here:

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