Samsung Galaxy S4 could have an unbreakable AMOLED Screen display

Samsung will introduce its next flagship Galaxy S4 in 2013 with Flexible, unbreakable AMOLED screen feature. For the display of Galaxy S2 Samsung applies Gorilla Glass, which is definitely breakable – as we viewed on different web videos and as customers have faced for themselves. With that in concern, Samsung is supposedly arranging to prepare its next flagship handset, Galaxy S4 with an unbreakable screen display.

Samsung is probably speeding up the release of Galaxy S4 and the company could make S4’s debut within April 2013. The display of the handset has already caught tech headlines after reports that it will be opening 1080p display on a Samsung device with 4.99-inch screen size and pixel density 441 PPI. Including in Samsung’s unbreakable technology which gets the benefit of the reality that OLED displays can be made from plastics in place of glass, the display will possibly be one of the main appealing features of the Samsung Galaxy S4.

Samsung Galaxy S4 could have an unbreakable AMOLED Screen display

The upcoming Samsung Galaxy S4 is reported to hold a quad-core CPU that is further powerful than the CPU of Galaxy S3 and a 13-Megapixel rear-facing camera.

A mixture of flexible and unbreakable screens would bring an absolutely fresh generation of handsets. Inserting flexible and unbreakable screen to its Smartphones will present Samsung an additional edge over further Smartphone makers. However this step forward could as well develop the ranks of Samsung, which was unperfected by the current charges of duplicating others.