Rumour: Samsung to use new matrix for its flagship Galaxy S IV Display

The South Korean Manufacturer, Samsung is rumoured to use new Pixel Matrix for its upcoming Flagship Samsung Galaxy S IV.

Currently Samsung Galaxy S III sports an HD PenTile AMOLED display. But other manufacturers have lined up their new offerings on Full HD Display. Following which Samsung is rumoured to fit a 1920 x 1080 display on Samsung Galaxy S IV.

As per the rumours till now, Samsung Galaxy S IV is expected to sport a 4.99 inch Full HD AMOLED Display. But there are some technical problems in creating a Full HD AMOLED Display. Therefore, Samsung is rumoured to working upon Pixel Matrix Displays.

The Samsung Galaxy S IV will then sport hexagonal or diamond shaped subpixels applied by using LITI (Laser-Induced thermal imaging) process.

This new display will enable Samsung galaxy S IV to produce brilliant resolution with approximately 440 Pixels per inch. This type of displays can be seen on Sony Xperia Z or the Droid DNA.

Samsung Galaxy S IV is expected to be launched somewhat in Second Quarter of 2013.

This Smartphone is expected to be powered by 2GHz Quad Core Processor coupled with 2GB of RAM. It will run on Android 4.2 Jelly Bean Operating System.

On Connectivity fronts, It will support 3G, NFC, Wi-fi, Wi-fi hotspot, GPS with A-GPS, GLONASS, DLNA, Bluetooth v4.0 with A2DP, EDR and microUSB.

Its Features list also carry S-Voice, Smart Eye tracking, Document viewer, Dropbox, TV-out support & SNS integration.

Tech Experts from around the globe are waiting to have their hands upon this device.

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