Vkworld is Raising its pace this year, with many interesting devices already released or will be released in the near future. One of the is Vkworld T1 Plus Kratos (long name indeed) and today we have some info concerning its display. It is confirmed to be a 6″ display that has many edgy technologies integrated.
JDI LTPS Display
Firstly, it is 5-point-touch 6″ and the screen-to-body ratio is as high as 83%. Thanks to JDI LTPS(Low Temperature Poly-Silicon) technology, the screen on T1 Plus Kratos is much faster and brighter. And it’s thinner than normal LCD screen, which contributes to the slimness of the phone’s body. The edge of T1 Plus Kratos is less than 5.5mm. Besides, because of modified structure, the screen saves more power but still maintains accurate color saturation and wide viewing angle. It covers 90% NTSC color gamut and maintains a 178° viewing angle.
TOL Full Lamination
Touch-On-Lens is an advanced technology on smartphone market and compared to OGS full lamination, TOL full lamination has more advantages. It requires more precise and accurate technologies so as to strengthen the external glass on the surface of the screen. Also it can transfer more light, which makes the screen more vivid. Of course, the cost for TOL full lamination is much higher than OGS.
2.5D Corning Gorilla Glass
Corning Gorilla Glass is used in almost every flagship phone around the world. T1 Plus Kratos is no exception. The glass can further protect the screen. And the 2.5D curve can provide a better user experience when you swipe on the screen. The glass seamlessly combine with the metal body.
This is one of the differences to distinguish T1 Plus Kratos from other phones. Blue light emitted from displays can do harm to human naked eyes. Vkwold has dramatically rearranged the structure of the screen and modified the essential material of LED backlight—phosphorus powder, which makes the peak wavelength of blue light change from 444nm to 460nm and reduces up to 90% of blue light. And vkworld also pre-installs a customized software to further reduce harmful blue light from the display. [source]