Both iPhone X And iPad Pro Wins "Display of the Year" Awards

As part of the Display Week that is meant to highlight "high-quality, innovative work that is taking place in the display industry," the Society for Information Display has now named both iPhone X and iPad Pro as the Display of the Year.

The Award gives to the iPad Pro models mainly because of its ProMotion display, which they call as "the most significant technological advances and/or outstanding features." Yet, due to it is also the first consumer product with 120Hz and able to adapt the screen refresh rate, so that makes it easier won the award.

As for iPhone X, its edge-to-edge Super Retina display with no physical buttons, with the first OLED display in an iPhone, and support for HDR and True Tone is what truly impressed by the Society for Information Display.
The iPhone X is the first product in Apple's iPhone series to fulfill the vision of a smartphone that is entirely screen, with no physical elements, keyboards or dedicated function buttons. With iPhone X, the lingering button on the face of the phone is eliminated, and the display becomes the primary element for all interaction, allowing the display to flow and entirely fill the face of the iPhone.
The Display Industry Awards will recognize the honorees, which including the Sharp 70-inch 8K LCD TV, Colorless Polyimide, the Optical In-Display Fingerprint Sensor, and the LG UHD Crystal Sound OLED speaker during a luncheon at the Los Angeles Convention Center on May 23.

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