By Brandon Miniman | May 12, 2010 8:12 AM
When Gizmodo got their hands on the next-generation iPhone, we didn’t get to see much of how the screen looked when turned on because the device was remotely disabled. In a newer video form Taoviet, the device is also disabled, but on the screen is a image of fire. What’s interesting is that during the hands-on video, despite the person on camera turning the device at wide angles, the user can still see the image contents. This implies that the new iPhone will have a a very wide viewing angle. Look at the image above…now try tilting your phone to this degree and you’ll notice that screen contents essentially disappear. The deep contrast may also imply that the screen is AMOLED.
While we’re on the topic of the new iPhone, Engadget is reporting that a new teardown reveals that the device is running with the a4 chip, the same (or similar) found on the iPad.