Galaxy S4 to show up with a Full HD Super AMOLED Display on CES?
Adam Parnala | On 18, Nov 2012
As we come closer to the end of the year, we’re about ready to hear more rumors for the upcoming devices on 2013. And yes, the Korean giant’s Samsung Galaxy S4 is our hot topic for today. We’ve seen the Galaxy S3 and it is arguably the best phone of its time, but it is due for an upgrade.
“Galaxy S4 will feature an ultra-thin AMOLED screen with a pixel-per-inch density of 441.”
The 1080p Full HD displays are the IN thing for flagship smartphones with HTC taking the lead with its HTC Droid DNA. Sony is also reportedly preparing their own device as well as LG but this is just the first time that we heard about Samsung’s plans. Moreover, it is now confirmed that Samsung will stick on the Super AMOLED technology instead of going with other alternatives like IPS.
According to a Korean newspaper, the Galaxy S4 will feature an ultra-thin AMOLED screen with a pixel-per-inch density of 441. The display will also flaunt a gorgeous 1920×1080 Full HD Super AMOLED display which is the reason why it is expected t0 be the main attraction on next year’s CES. For availability, it is said to be available within the 2nd quarter of 2013.
This information is what we all have for now but expect more rumors to come out in the coming weeks. We’ll be eyeing on the specs of Galaxy S4 and we’ll report it immediately once we get some details. Stay tuned.