Posted by Danny D. 2 years ago

Rumor: Galaxy Note III to have first plastic OLED display


Samsung wants to introduce the first plastic OLED display in the upcoming Galaxy Note III. SamMobile early hinted on twitter on the next generation display by Samsung Display. Samsung wants to introduce the Galaxy Note III at IFA 2013. The device self will go on sale from Q4.
As you may notice is the new display will be thinner than the Note 2 variant and will be a RGB stripe, even the weight is a lot lighter. The only question, what will the resolution be? And is Samsung ready to develop such display’s in a high amount…

According to our insider who tipped us about the next generation display Samsung wants to show their new display tech at the end of the year. Which could be at IFA for the Galaxy Note III. Last information says: The Galaxy Note III will have a 5.99” display.

Now this is innovation! No more broken screens.
(First full plastic smartphone by Samsung)


NOTE 3 article_FPD panel structure comparison

For the full technical specifications and explenation just hit the source link down below!


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13 comments on “Rumor: Galaxy Note III to have first plastic OLED display

  1. gtone339 2 years ago said:

    If it’s true, then this could lead to new generation of smartphones! ;)

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  2. ryarrell 2 years ago said:

    After the current enjoyment of the Galaxy Note 2. I will definitely be purchasing the Galaxy Note 3 on day one of launch for Tmobile.

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  3. Pirate-X 2 years ago said:

    That is HUGE !! 0.5mm wooww !!! But from what I’ve heard, the problem of the resolution on the note screens is actually limited because of the Wacom technology which cannot support more than 720p HD. I guess they will come to 1080p for next gen.

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    • m8118 2 years ago said:

      I noticed when you hover the pen the pen pointer jumps to discreet positions in a resolution much lower then the display resolution.
      I assumed the pen resolution was much lower then 720…???

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  4. vavrorvav 2 years ago said:

    oh god nooo, i didnt want to buy note III, i wanted to skip 3rd generation and go straight to 4th :-\

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  5. dello 2 years ago said:

    this is my last resort to buy new Samsung product, please don’t let me down by soap bar look or spoon & plate design, even its too big in my hand.

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  6. Mike-the-swede 2 years ago said:

    Haven ´t the Youm displays amorf polyamide as substrate?

    Because amorf polyamide handle higher temperature than crystalline polyamide can handle.

    Amorf polyamide have another interesting trait and that is that it is transparent.
    And amoled displays can be partially or totally transparent when no current is on each subpixel or pixels.

    If Samsung mobile Display uses amorf polyamide this feature of being transparent can make many interesting properties in the future.

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  7. anozawa 2 years ago said:

    Will it be scratch-proof ?

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    • iPhone_uText 2 years ago said:

      I was looking for this comment. A glass encasement might still be a good idea to provide protection…If it scratched or broke, you could replace the glass face at a lower cost than an LCD display screen.

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  8. KEYNY RONE LIMA 2 years ago said:

    espero que a samsung mude a cara do galaxy note3, hardware poderoso com péssimo Design já que todos os smartphones da samsung tem praticamente
    a mesma aparência você compra um high-end com cara de Celular barato

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  9. Mad Mac 2 years ago said:

    Isn’t this a step backwards to screens that can be scratched?

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  10. vslsnks 2 years ago said:

    Can’t wait for the Note III to finally come out. All speculations and rumors are really not necessary, until we have something official on our hands.

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