Samsung and Google’s new Galaxy Nexus may win brownie points when it comes to integrating number of pixels in a small (admittedly big for a mobile phone!) display. However, the 1280×720 display is marred with the same limitation which made Galaxy S a bit irritating to use. The Super AMOLED display on the Galaxy Nexus uses PenTile display which means each pixel uses each other’s sub-pixels, resulting in text fuzziness and deteriorated color rendition.
We’re not sure what kept Samsung to not address this issue considering Galaxy S II has already solved it. Perhaps, Samsung is saving it for their upcoming Galaxy S III.