I guess we have to guess which is which?
The Eizo’s CG318 monitor’s main features include: self-calibrating, full 4096×2160 pixel resolution, IPS TFT panel, great contrast, sRGB / Adobe / Rec. 709 / Rec. 2020 / SMPTE-C and DCI-P3 color-spaces, and a wide color gamut.
This monitor is targeted at those working in digital cinema and broadcast and compared to the competition is a great value at the estimated price of $4,500US.
In an interview with the Chinese smartphone manufacturer Huawei at Trusted Reviews the primary problem with 4K screens on a cell phone is identified as: “The power consumption would be so huge that your phone would last just half a day”.
While we at 4K rumors are normally in favor of all things 4K, this is the one area where it has not been demonstrated clearly enough that 4K is truly a worthwhile benefit on the relatively small screens of cell phones. The pixel density of 1080p is decently high already, and the 2K displays on phones are getting close to the limits of the eye can distinguish at normal viewing distances.
According to the leaked specifications listed at BGR the HTC M9 will take 4K video.
4K is an interesting angle to promote a news agency from. See the EnviroNews website for more about them.