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    4K Display ? How about a 4G Display

    An interesting new display technology.
    https://www.gizmodo.com.au/2019/05/s...-a-smartphone/

    Full colour, and no power to hold an image (like e-paper).
    Early days yet.

    I guess there would not be much point in building a display with a million times the resolution as the human eye could never resolve such small pixels. This is, perhaps, fortunate since creating a graphics card with a trillion times as much storage might be a bit difficult (for now).

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    It can be a great way to have those wall decorations as seen in Cloud Atlas e.g., that would be awesome.

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    Re: 4K Display ? How about a 4G Display

    Hello ocratato,Maryyy.

    About 4k support on Fedora 30 machine - I do not see any issue to view them in 4k.
    here you can see how that looks like from YouTube - Sony clip.






    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Bey4XXJAqS8


    So to me it looks like Local issue.
    Just look on your codecs that haven't been install to support the 4k Movies/clips..

    Good Luck.
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