The development of several software applications for the cellular phone which extended its functionality also paved the way for larger and high resolution screen displays. The large screen display enabled the user to easily surf the web, type in some documents, use the global positioning system function on some models, and to fully enjoy the camera functionality of their cell phones. The large screen display mobile phone, however, does not come cheap and usually, the price is aggravated by the resolution quality that the cell phone has. But does its display quality really matter?
In order to answer this question, one has to carefully determine the intended use for the large screen display models. Bear in mind that cellular phones of today are not quite the same as they were a decade ago. At present times, most of them are being utilized not just as communications gadget but also as entertainment and hobby devices.
As you may have noticed, there are several people in train and bus stations spend their time watching several movies, or streaming TV, or simply listening to their music collection which is stored in their cellular phones. With regards to listening to music using their cellular phones, the quality of their large screen display may not matter that much to the user since it is the audio quality that they will be concerned about. However, when it comes down to watching movies or streaming TV broadcasts on their phones, display quality do matter very much. If you have watched an enjoyable movie recently, try to imagine that the image quality on that movie is blurry at best and you will surely know how it will feel if your cellular phone does the same.
If you will be using your cellular phone as your video recording device or digital camera in order to capture those once in lifetime momentous events, remember that it must be able to show on its large screen display an exact replica of what you are seeing off camera. This is because there have been a lot of instances where a picture that was captured by a cellular phone camera came out real bad that a lot of editing has to be done in order to make the picture a little bit clearer. This may have been the result of improper screen resolution which failed to recognize other details on the subject, such as shadows or motion, and made the resulting photo a little bit off the mark.
In both cases, cellular phone display quality really does matter a lot and it would be best if you will get a large screen with a high resolution.