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Rumours About Samsung Galaxy Note III

An article straight from Korea has suggested that the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 will ship with a new “unbreakable” display, finally saving clumsy smartphone users from the embarrassment of carrying around a cracked handset.

According to the article Samsung is still in the early stages of developing its new screen, but the eventual goal is to produce a flexible plastic organic light-emitting diode (OLED) display which won’t crack when dropped.

Other sources suggest that the Note 3 is likely to remain on or around Samsung’s 5.9-inch benchmark to keep the device pocketable, but there remains a distinct possibility that Samsung may kick things up a notch, especially given the Galaxy S4’s increased screen size.

While we’re unsure what dimensions the new device’s screen will be we are slightly more confident that we know what else the screen will have in store, as rumours have suggested that the new device will use Samsung’s Omega AMOLED technology, which will apparently feature pixel density of 440+ppi, to rival devices like Sony’s Xperia Z and HTC’s One.

The device’s spec has also been the subject to plenty of gossip and the current consensus would appear to suggest that we’re looking at something pretty powerful. According to rumours the device will launch with Samsung’s Exynos 5 Octa, 8-core chipset, and will also include 4GB RAM, a 16-megapixel camera and, of course, the next major iteration of Android – version 5.0 or Key Lime Pie, as well as a host of other refinements.

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