Previous rumors have speculated that the upcoming Galaxy S III by Samsung would have an incredible 1080p display in a 4.6-inch screen size. Sound to good to be true? That’s what we thought too. But this morning, rumors began to creep out of Korea that suggest Samsung is about to take display to a whole new level, just not a 1080p level. With the Galaxy Nexus, Samsung used a Pentile matrix Super AMOLED display, but with the Galaxy S III, they are looking to introduce the first Super AMOLED “Plus” display, with no Pentile arrangement, meaning an overall clearer display, think Galaxy S II, but HD.
When you combined that type of display, with Samsung’s Exynos processor, which will be a quad core and a ceramic backing, not their traditional plastic, it looks like we should expect one hell of a device when it’s released. While the iPhone’s Retina display is still king when it comes to pixel count, HTC’s SLCD 2 display, found on the One X, is said to be the top display right now when it comes to HD screens, it looks like that title may be short lived, assuming Samsung can get this device to the market within the next two months. That release schedule may prove difficult, as Sammy is having issues getting the phone’s testing done faster, as their new Exynos chip, is also set up for LTE, which has been taking longer to test.
We’ll keep our eye on this one.