Some markets might see the Galaxy Note 3 with an LCD instead of Super AMOLED display
A Korean publication which often spills the beans on Samsung or LG plans, is now writing that some Galaxy Note 3 units may arrive with an LCD panel instead of the Super AMOLED Full HD display tech everyone is expecting for it.
Apparently those large Full HD screens of the OLED variety are pretty hard to produce with the necessary yields for the many millions of Note 3 units Samsung is expected to sell, and some of them will come equipped with the more traditional LCD tech, though the publication says it might be just 10% of the units in certain markets only.
The Full HD LCD panels are said to be sourced from a Japanese vendor, and, given how Samsung invested in Sharp recently, there is a good possibility in some markets the Note 3 will be sold with the excellent IGZO display tech, which brings high brightness and low power consumption in a slim package. that might also explain the different rumors we have about the screen size, ranging from 5.7-6 inches.