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Galaxy Note III may use LCD for better SPEN experience


Last updated: March 12th, 2013 at 12:45 UTC+01:00

Internal is Samsung’s Galaxy S IV project almost done. Samsung already started with the Galaxy Note III discussions. The insiders of SamMobile started to send us information about this new upcoming product. According to him Samsung is busy to make a final decision about what kind of screen to use for the Galaxy Note III. LCD by Sharp are according him the best LCD displays ever. Samsung could make the SPEN experience better with LCD than with AMOLED / PHOLED. Even the latest Note serie by Samsung the Galaxy Note 8.0 uses an LCD display. Samsung recently bought a part of Sharp with the focus on LCD panels.

We also asked our source what Samsung will do with OLED panels.
Samsung’s focus is to use OLED products in bigger things like tablets, flexible display and high-end smartphones. But the insider confirmed for the second time, LCD is better for the SPEN experience.

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