With manufacturers now making a move towards 1080p displays, what with the HTC Droid DNA or the rumored Sony Xperia Yuga, Samsung was also rumored to be working on their own 1080p Super AMOLED displays, for use in smartphones next year.
The latest rumor has just flown in, and it is now being reported that Samsung will introduce a 4.99-inch Super AMOLED display with a 1080p resolution, at the CES next year. If I had to take a guess, Samsung will probably show off the Galaxy S4 touting such a display, which would be a great way to get people further excited about Samsung’s next flagship smartphone, specially the legion of Super AMOLED fans.
There’s no telling if the display will be using a PenTile matrix or a standard RGB one, though even if it is not the latter, we can expect a unique take on the infamous PenTile matrix similar to the Galaxy Note 2’s display. While a standard RGB matrix is the most preferable, Samsung has earlier said that it causes displays to wear out faster, so only time will tell what Samsung has in mind.
Excited about the next step in Super AMOLED displays, or have you left behind the craze and are hoping for an LCD display for their natural colours and brightness?