Samsung Galaxy S4 display

Samsung Galaxy S4 Display is Samsung’s Best Yet!

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For most smartphone owners, screen size and resolution are key factors in choosing your next device. Rumoured for a March unveiling, the Samsung Galaxy S4 screen size will be a major discussion point. Just how amazing will the S4 screen resolution look and will there be any other special features to single Samsung out from the crowd?


Galaxy S4 Screen Resolution

The upgrade from S3 to Galaxy S4 is sure to see an improvement in the number of pixels on the display. The Samsung Galaxy S3 screen currently offers High Definition in 720p; that’s 720 rows of pixels. Nobody could fault the current Samsung Galaxy display, yet as tech evolves each year, it’s only natural that users crave the latest tech advancements on their smartphone.

Sony Mobile have already challenged Samsung head on with their latest offering, the Sony Xperia Z. Released in February, Sony’s 5 inch smartphone delivers a stunning Full HD screen which displays content in magnificent 1080p. If Samsung wish to maintain their reputation as direct opposition to Apple, the Galaxy S4 display needs to offer the incredible Full HD 1080p resolution.


Samsung Galaxy Screen Size

As you would expect, a 1080p display requires more rows of pixels than a 720p display. For now this means a bigger viewing area is required. The smallest Full HD screen we can currently find available is a towering 5 inches. If you fear this means an even bigger handset, you shouldn’t panic just yet. The Galaxy S3 stands tall at a healthy 4.8 inches, so a Full HD Galaxy S4 screen may only require an extra 0.2 inches to be deemed 1080 perfection. If a thinner bezel surrounds the Galaxy S4, the end result could be a bigger screen on a device that’s the same size as the Galaxy S3.


A Flexible S4 Display?

Why should Samsung stop at a Full HD Galaxy S4 display though? At CES 2013, Samsung unveiled a flexible display named Youm. This supple OLED display offers a bendable and practically unbreakable screen which if integrated into the Galaxy S4 display, would crown Samsung the kings of innovation.

You may be asking why the Galaxy S4 needs a flexible display? Samsung have demonstrated how this tech could wrap around the handset to create additional space for notification bars or text streams. You could essentially read your Samsung Galaxy S4 screen without picking it up from the desk.

Alternatively, the Galaxy S4 display could flip open like a book to reveal an even larger 1080p display; perfect for those who fancy a smartphone / tablet hybrid. We’re unsure whether flexible displays will make an appearance within the Samsung Galaxy S category. It’s more likely Samsung will market this technology as an entirely new range much like projectors are exclusive to the Galaxy Beam, and S-Pens are exclusive to the Galaxy Note. Should the next Galaxy have this exciting tech, it’s sure to have an impact upon the Samsung Galaxy S4 price.

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Galaxy S4 Screen Prediction

Should the next Samsung Galaxy display arrive without flexible OLED technology, we’re confident the screen resolution and size will still surpass the outstanding detail and clarity of the Galaxy S3.

We predict the Galaxy S4 screen to boast a 4.99 inch smartphone display and 1080p Full High Definition. Whether you love intense gaming, watching HD films or just browsing the web in detail, the rumoured screen upgrade will make using your Galaxy S4 the best smartphone experience yet.

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About Rob Hodges

Ever since I first played Sonic on a Sega Mega Drive back in the early 90's, it's fair to say I've been a fan of tech. These days, I enjoy writing about the latest smartphone releases. Currently owning an LG Nexus 4, feel free to ask me any questions related to Google and Android smartphones. Why not let me know your thoughts on the latest tech over at Google+?