Samsung To Introduce Unbreakable Display For Next Gen Galaxy S IV
Sounds too good to be true, yet it's what some claim will be a standout feature of Samsung's upcoming Galaxy S IV smartphone. Codenamed Project J, the Galaxy S IV is supposed to have a bigger and much better display, both in terms of durability and picture quality.
According to Reuters, Samsung is a frontrunner in developing unbreakable screens. That's because Samsung has a big interest in OLED (organic light-emitting diode) displays, and a feature of OLED panels is that plastic material can replace glass substrate.
Stanford Bernstein analyst tells Reuters that it's just a matter of time before Samsung unveils an unbreakable display, and that it might be both foldable and flexible too.
"That's going to be a game changer," Bernstein said.
Whether or not that's really the case remains to be seen. For now, Samsung is keeping tight-lipped about the Galaxy S IV, which could debut as early as April 2013.