Samsung Galaxy Note 3 and its nonexistent S4 feature

By Posted 25 Mar 2013, 23:43

Now Samsung has unveiled their Galaxy S4 all of those rumored features that were a no show kind of makes some of those predictions a little worthless. However, all is not lost, as a few of them could make it to the Samsung Galaxy Note 3, such as the “unbreakable display”.

Samsung Galaxy Note 3 and its nonexistent S4 feature

Those of you who expected to see a much stronger display on the S4 were left feeling a little disappointed, although that’s not the only issues people had. We assumed Samsung would make several design changes, along with bigger hardware improvements, but the S4 was more of a minor refresh, just as the iPhone 5S will be later this year.

Now we are being told the Note 3 will have this type of display and it will be one of its key features, but is this just another of those rumors we have to take with a grain of salt? However, there’s also a suggestion the display could be flexible, which is still possible with OLED.

Because the size of the Note 3 is expected to be larger the new plastic display will be a little lighter, which we have to say should be very welcome when you think the phablet will also be tougher as well.

According to the report the Galaxy Note 3 could come with a 1920 x 1080 pixel resolution and a display size bordering 6 inches. Personally we believe the Note 3 will be just a minor upgrade like its smaller sibling and a major design change will not happen until next year with the Note 4, just as we expect to see with the Galaxy S5 and iPhone 6 as well.

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  • Richard Yarrell

    A 5.9 inch 1080p unbreakable display, Exynos Octa processor clocked at 2.3ghz, 3gb of ram, 16meg camera, 3meg front facing camera, 4200mAh battery, android 5.0 Kie Lime Pie straight out the box. This is definitely NO refresh. This is industry leading period.

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