Although Samsung have remained silent about their forthcoming superphone the Galaxy S3, that hasn’t stopped the rumour mill churning out predicted specs and amazing features.
One rumour that we expect to be right however is an upgrade to the display.
Recent reports from Korean publication DDaily are that Samsung’s new S3 display will be a 4.65-inch Super AMOLED Plus screen with a resolution of 1280×720.
Nothing too exciting there you might think (seeing as the Galaxy Nexus already has these specs) but the display in the S3 is said to be the first non-pentile OLED display to reach HD on a phone.
What’s a Non-Pentile and why should i care?
The display in Samsung’s Galaxy Nexus uses a Pentile display which uses 1 less sub-pixel than normal so, although it does ‘technically’ have 720p HD resolution. It’s not quite as sharp as it could be. Blacks dont seem THAT black and colours are less vibrant (noticeable when you compare to the likes of the HTC One X).
What this means is that the display in the Galaxy S3 will be the benchmark display for smartphones (if the rumours are legit).
Why not take a look at all the latest Galaxy S3 rumours doing the rounds right here at PluggedIn!
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