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[* black] We take a closer look at the display panel, and find that Oculus even left the Synaptics [https://chipworks.secure.force.com/catalog/ProductDetails?sku=SYB-S5050A&viewState=DetailView&cartID=&g=|S5050A|new_window=true] touchscreen controller intact.
[* icon_note] Maybe they're planning on releasing an eyelash touchscreen controller add-on later.
[* black] The Note 3 display panel features a 5.7" pentile-matrix Super AMOLED 1080P screen.
[* black] Oculus claims that the DK2 display is a [http://blogs.valvesoftware.com/abrash/down-the-vr-rabbit-hole-fixing-judder/|low-persistence|new_window=true] OLED screen capable of a 75 Hz refresh rate. Combined with low-persistence software, thisThis means that Oculus is overclocking the Note 3 display panel to cut down on latency.
[* black] Oculus claims that the DK2 display is a [http://blogs.valvesoftware.com/abrash/down-the-vr-rabbit-hole-fixing-judder/|low-persistence|new_window=true] OLED screen capable of a 75 Hz refresh rate. Combined with low-persistence software, thisThis means that Oculus is overclocking the Note 3 display panel to cut down on latency.