Samsung to Reveal 4.99-inch Full HD AMOLED, Might be seen in Galaxy S IV
The crispy and sharp display technology is always become main features in Samsung’s smart devices in recent times. We have seen so many devices boasted with AMOLED, the SuperAMOLED and later the Super AMOLED Plus on Samsung Smartphones. Now it seems that Samsung is now all set to introduce their first full HD AMOLED display at the upcoming Consumer Electronics Show taking place in January of next year n Las Vegas. The reports also claim that the Super HD AMOLED display is going to be mounted on the Samsung’s upcoming Galaxy S IV.
According to the source (unconfirmed though), the 1080p Super HD AMOLED display developed by the Korean electronics giant is said to measure in at 4.99 inches with 1920 x 1080 pixels resolution and would come in with a whopping pixel density of 441 ppi, easily surpassing the latest and greatest Retina Display of Apple. The current Galaxy S3 sports a screen that measures 4.8-inches.
However, Samsung is not the only player offering 5 inch HD display units in the market. HTC Droid DNA already jumped into this field with its ridiculously higher specs and the innovative Super LCD3 display technology that offers a crispier 5 inch HD 1080 x 1920 pixels resolution screen with pixel density of 440 ppi. Apart from HTC Droid DNA, Sony (through Japan Display Inc), Sharp (with Aquos SH903W available in Russia) and LG with AH-IPS (advanced-high-performance-in-plan-switching) technology also amongst in race to throw full HD panels in near future. But it would be more interesting to see Samsung’s offering. The reason is AMOLED technology is claimed to be thinner, high contrast and refresh rate and with low power consumption.
There is no schedule on table for the release for the Galaxy S4 but you should expect the much awaited release in next year’s second quarter. Till then let’s who reaches the goal post first.