Samsung Galaxy Note III to have an unbreakable display?
According to South Korean publication Asiae, the unbreakable display will be among the Note III’s most important features. The screen, believed to measure 5.9 inches, should be a flexible AMOLED one with 1920 x 1280 pixels.
Assuming no other large smartphone is going to sport an unbreakable display later, the Galaxy Note III is certainly going to be a top choice for all those in the market for high-end phablets.
Needless to say, the Note III will run at least Android 4.2 Jelly Bean. It will likely have an Exynos 5 Octa processor, 2GB of RAM, a rear camera of 8MP or more, plenty of storage space, and a large battery. There are no details on the design of the next-generation Note, but I assume it won’t look too different from the Note II (seen below).
The Note III could be officially announced by Samsung in September, during IFA 2013 (Berlin, 6 – 11 September). Samsung’s current phablet – Note II – has been sold in more than 5 million units, so the new Note is expected to be a hot-seller, too.