Galaxy Note III to have the first plastic OLED screen
0. phoneArena 22 Apr 2013, 03:37 posted on
Yet another interesting rumor about the Samsung Galaxy Note III has hit us today. We've already heard that Samsung might be planning a 6" display for its new phablet, but SamMobile is now adding a whole new perspective to the story...
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54. zubby1995 (Posts: 11; Member since: 21 Feb 2013)
I Think Samdung Pays Some People To Fight With The HTC and Apple Owner Dam You Samdung The World Know That You Sells You Phone By Cheating Others Lol
55. evxenion (Posts: 4; Member since: 30 Apr 2013)
Well, it NEEDS 2 b flexible! The rate @ wich Samsung's goin, we'll soon have 10'' "phones" and "phablets"! Lol! The only way wich might make these mammoth devices remotely feasible 2 use is if they become fully flexible/foldable n that of course will create some novel form factors n abt time too! 4 most ppl, the Galaxy S4 alrdy challenges the upper bounds of mobility/portability! Of course, the lot out here dnt seem 2 mind carrying a table or TV in their pockets or holding 1 up 2 their ears n Samsung is more than happy 2 serve up ever larger monsters (only in size not so mch in specs as evidenced by the new Galaxy Mega "phones/phabs")! Roflmao!
60. JMartin22 (Posts: 400; Member since: 30 Apr 2013)
FFS, the phone doesn't need to be thinner anyway. Battery life is more important.
61. Dadler22 (Posts: 139; Member since: 11 Dec 2008)
Wish it was made with better materials than polycarbonate, whenever my hands get sweaty the device feels all gross and slimy. Just wish HTC would offer expandable memory on the ONE so I could fathom purchasing it. 16GB internal memory with limited data is just not plausible.
62. RealTech (Posts: 4; Member since: 06 May 2013)
Great idea! The rest of the phone is plastic anyways.
66. RomeoJDR (Posts: 236; Member since: 09 Dec 2011)
Virtually break proof yes, but also virtually impossible not to scratch. Even Wacom recommends not using screen protectors, so thats out of the question. I'd prefer a phone were the screen stays crystal clear without scratches even with the extra couple of mm in size. My bank account will be happy though since I won't be swayed paying extra dough for the latest tech and be happy with a discounted Note II.