According to SuperPhone.cz (via MacRumors.com), the brand new iPhone, which is expected to be released in late June, will feature a 960×640 screen resolution. The website had apparently gotten their hands on the iPhone screen and magnified it using a microscope.

The fact that Superphone got hold of this screen isn’t a surprise though, as there have been reports of iPhone parts floating around for the last 3 months.

From this procedure, they were able to count the RGB elements of the screen and found it to be exactly twice the density in both horizontal and vertical directions compared to the current iPhone. This would quadruple the total number of pixels and increase the resolution from the current 480×320 to 960×640. This would increase the pixel density to a whopping 320dpi — higher than any other device on the market.

I expect that we’ll be seing some pretty stunning video from this device.