The world’s smallest HD screen measures only 4.8 inches

We recently presented you the world's largest HD screen, which stands on one race track for car racing, and now it's time for the smallest high-definition screen, which is only 4.8 inches diagonally.

It was built by Ortus Technology, which managed to create a diagonal screen of just 4.8 inches displaying the image in full HD at 1920x1080 pixels. The screen displays 458 pixels per inch, so everything we look at it is incredibly sharp and expressive. Optionally, the manufacturer can equip the screen with a polarizing coating, transforming it into a 3D display without the need for glasses, but in this case the vertical resolution would be reduced to half.