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Samsung Galaxy Q is a rumored blend between tablet and smartphone; to pack a 5.3-inch display

0. phoneArena 18 Jul 2011, 08:25 posted on

The Dell Streak tried to fill the gap between tablets and smartphones with its 5-inch display, but it doesn't seem like it did much of an impact on the market. With its unusual screen size...

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posted on 18 Jul 2011, 08:35 8

1. RORYREVOLUTION (Posts: 3042; Member since: 12 Jan 2010)


If it is a giant sized sgs2, count me in.

posted on 18 Jul 2011, 08:38 5

2. android_hitman (Posts: 670; Member since: 07 Jul 2010)


hahahahahaha

me2

posted on 18 Jul 2011, 17:59

14. cheetah2k (Posts: 869; Member since: 16 Jan 2011)


While I love my SGSII, I think Dell proved that the 5" formfactor is just not right, and the hybrid phone/tab concept does not sell...

If its got SAMOLED it might be a winner!

posted on 18 Jul 2011, 23:31 1

22. Thump3rDX17 (Posts: 2160; Member since: 10 May 2010)


yeah, i might get in on that too especially if it has LTE.

posted on 18 Jul 2011, 08:48 8

3. remixfa (Posts: 14163; Member since: 19 Dec 2008)


if they can make it with the new bezel free edge2edge screen design it wouldnt be that much bigger than the current sgs2. If thats the case.. count me in!

And it better come with like a 2000mh battery. :)

posted on 18 Jul 2011, 09:08 2

4. DroogV59 (Posts: 37; Member since: 02 Jun 2011)


If Samsung executes well (see Rory and remixfa) I'm in bigtime!

posted on 18 Jul 2011, 09:31 2

5. chgotech (unregistered)


If it will be running the Kal-El processor under the hood... I'll take it!

posted on 18 Jul 2011, 09:45

6. Laurynas (unregistered)


OLED technology is relatively young and screens based on OLED technology have some really essential disadvantages. My advice would be to improve OLED technology before releasing more OLED technology based screens into the wide world.

posted on 18 Jul 2011, 10:22 1

7. networkdood (Posts: 6326; Member since: 31 Mar 2010)


Side-by-side comparison of SUPER-amoled with other screens show otherwise....

posted on 18 Jul 2011, 10:49 1

8. Laurynas (unregistered)


Then seems that these "side-by-side" comparsions was not really essential.

OLED display is really amazing thing, but short lifespan and "Burn-In" effect is essential disadvantages of it!

posted on 18 Jul 2011, 10:58 1

9. ngo2dd (Posts: 793; Member since: 08 Jul 2011)


just because the color is over saturated does not mean it is a better screen. All of the current amoled are only 800 by 480. The battery life is questionable too.

posted on 18 Jul 2011, 13:04 4

10. remixfa (Posts: 14163; Member since: 19 Dec 2008)


could u post a link proving this?

last i checked.. and that was like 20 seconds ago.. my vibrant's screen isnt over saturated.
Also, battery life is much improved since amoled screens actually turn off pixels unlike LCDs which keep them on at all times. Which is also why Amoled screens also have indefinite contrast since black is pure black.
And the reason they are so much brighter is Amoleds dont require the extra layer that glass does, which is why amoled phones are able to be thinner and lighter.

posted on 18 Jul 2011, 14:28

12. Laurynas (unregistered)


It's not about battery, It's all about "Burn-In" effect and short lifespan. :)

posted on 18 Jul 2011, 17:01 1

13. remixfa (Posts: 14163; Member since: 19 Dec 2008)


which i have had neither. how long does a phone need to be on before it burns in? ive had my phone on the same screen for about 2 hours and nothing happened.

who cares about lifespan, its like 5 years. who has a phone that long?

posted on 18 Jul 2011, 20:44

20. Laurynas (unregistered)


I have searched some info about a "Super AMOLED" and its "Burn-In" effect and I have found a forum with a vote poll. Voted about a 200 "SAMSUNG Wave" users and about 35% of them was telling that their screens are affected by "Burn-In" effect. And they was claiming that "Burn-In" effect has affected their screens approximately after 3-4 month of usage! Also I have read that "SAMSUNG Galaxy S (I9000)" screens are also affected by "Burn-In" effect.

The biggest technical problem for OLEDs is the limited lifetime of the organic materials. Degradation of current organic compounds doesn't happen instantly! Organic compounds degradate all the time and it is only question of the time when it will be noticed. Also time of organic compounds degradation depends on some conditions.

posted on 18 Jul 2011, 13:07

11. StreetNerd (Posts: 722; Member since: 08 Dec 2010)


what about the galaxy Q that was rumored last year september/oktober 2010???
it was a bb farmfactor.... and now its a mini tablet????? wth :/

posted on 18 Jul 2011, 18:06 2

15. SeniorEd (Posts: 15; Member since: 16 Feb 2011)


The Samsung Droid Charge has a 5.3" diagonal if you measure across the entire face of the device. With all the talk of edge-to-edge displays and button free devices using bezel gestures in lieu of buttons, it is entirely possible that Samsung generates a 5.3" screen without the device getting too much larger than a Galaxy S2 or Droid Charge. With processor technology snow balling, I believe the next critical areas of smartphone hardware development are maximizing the use of screen real estate and improving battery technology and power efficiency. Bring on the 5.3" screen Sammy, we are all waiting.

posted on 18 Jul 2011, 19:28

16. Bro#5 (unregistered)


Why not make it an even 5"?

posted on 18 Jul 2011, 19:51

17. Hssncy (unregistered)


If it runs on wp7, I'm in.

posted on 18 Jul 2011, 22:39

21. Pirate Ninja (unregistered)


Me too!!!! If it runs WP7 I'm Sooo there!!!

posted on 18 Jul 2011, 20:09

18. ahahahh (unregistered)


lol should i even bother with the Galaxy S2 and just wait this ???????? i honestly feel like the Galaxy S2 one it comes out there will be another Sexy Samsung phone on its way like this one...

posted on 18 Jul 2011, 20:16

19. PsiGate (unregistered)


Please have a slide out qwerty keyboard... ultimate messaging device!

posted on 19 Jul 2011, 03:17

23. me (unregistered)


The dell had way to big a body for a 5" screen, way to big, a mate brought one. If the samsung is all screen like my HTC HD2 I'll buy it. I belive the ideal screen size will setel out between 5 and 6 inch, for me. Thats what I'm waiting for.

posted on 19 Jul 2011, 04:58 1

24. richardyarrell2011 (banned) (Posts: 510; Member since: 16 Mar 2011)


Truthfully I applaud SAMSUNG for being INNOVATIVE and taking their brand TO THE STREETS INSTEAD OF SOME STUFFY COURTROOM LIKE APPLE....Even thou my manufacturer is HTC I support the thought of an 5.3 inch smartphone device why?? because people have not SEEN WHAT'S ON THE WAY FOR THE EVO BRAND IN 2012...HTC WILL MAKE AN 4.7 INCH EVO IN 2012 so depending on what this looks like their is a chance that THE EVO BRAND IN 2012 CAN BE 5.0 INCHES BIG...I WANT THAT SO BAD....Samsung spurs HTC and HTC spurs SAMSUNG that's truly what INNOVATION IS ALL ABOUT NOT THAT SUING GARBAGE THAT APPLE IS DOING...NOTHING WILL STOP HTC OR THE GOOGLE EXPRESS SO APPLE FANBOYS AND IPHONE USERS AT BEST ARE NOTHING MORE THAN DOPES.....http://www.androidpolice.com/2011/07/18/why-apples-patent-victories-over-htc-arent-all-that-important-or-scary/

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