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Rumor: Samsung Galaxy S4 to Land in April 2013 With An Unbelievable Display

While the Samsung Galaxy S3 hasn’t been on the market that terribly long, that doesn’t stop the world from thinking about what’s just around the corner. Just a few months after the Galaxy S3 was released and became popular, rumors began to surface about the next-generation Galaxy S. In Samsung’s words, “the next big thing is already here coming”.

Rumors currently give the Galaxy S4 an April 2013 release date and an introduction sometime before then at CES and/or Mobile World Congress. Some agree that this seems strange for Samsung though, as generally they like to conduct their own special events for massive announcements like that of a new flagship phone.

As far as hardware is concerned, the Galaxy S4 is rumored to have a quad-core processor that is more powerful than the S3’s, a 13 MP camera, and a full HD 441 ppi display.

Samsung is looking to get themselves back on top in terms of displays after HTC and Sharp stole the spotlight with full HD displays. Furthermore, UBS’s Nicolas Gaudois claims that “preparations for volume manufacturing of unbreakable plastic substrate displays continue. All in all, we could see a strong products push in the high-end in the first half, followed by other releases.”

It has also been said that Samsung is working hard on flexible displays. A combination of flexible and unbreakable displays would create a completely new generation of smartphones and tablets.

Are you looking forward to having an unbreakable/flexible display? Which one would you want to have on your phone more? Let us know in the comments below.

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  1. That depends on the rest of the technology in the phone. If the motherboard and other components are not flexible, then the benefit of a flexible screen is minimized, and unbreakable would be a better idea. If they can construct around it so that you have a phone/tablet than can be folded up, or rolled up to be compact when not in use, then flexible would be fantastic… as long as it doesn’t have a short functional life…. if a flexible device will only last 6 months of hard use, then it’s benefit is limited as well.

  2. Apple granted a patent for and suing for a rectangular screen and buttons at the bottom on a cellphone would be like Ford suing every other car manufacturer for having 4 wheels and an engine which is a joke. These flexible screens are true innovation.

  3. Transparent AMOLED…. what the hell LOL. Now it doesn’t feel like we stumped on a technological advancement wall, that is going to change the game! Holy Mackerel!

    • The transparent screen is a reality, just go to YT and search Samsung transparent OLED display and in the video you will see a show case type deal with products inside the casing and the display “replacing” glass

  4. I hope they patent that after they finish the flexible/invincible LCD. They should let every other companies make it to move forward with innovation around the world, well, except for Apple. What comes around goes around.

    • If they do that Apple can claim samsung is anticompetitive and point out that samsung is not suing any of the other companies

    • I bet even if Samsung release it first, Apple will somehow get the patent rights for it and sue Samsung for their own invention.

  5. for me it doesnt matter anything from samsung is always good especially when you see whats coming out next!! love samsung!!!! and yes better than apple! all my electronics and gadgets all samsung….samsung all the way….

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