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Samsung's 5-inch 1080p screen is now all but confirmed

14 January, 2013 | Read the news | Post your comment
Samsung's 5-inch 1080p screen is now all but confirmed - read the full textWe've previously covered some juicy rumors that Samsung is working on a 5-inch 1080p screen of its own. Competing manufacturers have already announced plenty of smartphones with such a screen, so the race is in full swing while Samsung is not even the list. Well, fret not, because Sammy has its...

 

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> In reply to box143 @ 2013-01-19 15:14 from n2Ks - click to readErr... It's called marketing, all companies do it.

Sasmung? Superhypermega AMOLED+^2.
HTC? SLCD2it'sover9000.

And so on.

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  • 2013-02-07 16:51
  • m}Vm

> In reply to Apple Inc. @ 2013-01-14 21:45 from 4bF2 - click to readThat's what Apple Inc. can deliver or give just a fancy naming of a plain LCD display. ...you call it Retina Display to be more like have a classy or premium appeal. Fool yourselves with the iCrap naming style of your devices. Stick to your dungeon. ....a closed ecosystem.

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  • 2013-01-19 15:14
  • n2Ks

Yar yar, and high chance that this screen will be of pentile matrix again like what they did to S3.

And later they will troll the consumers that pentile matrix is superior in durability compared to the predecessor bla bla bla.

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  • 2013-01-17 08:00
  • ibjS

you all should know..if no Samsung there will be no Apple iphone..Apple processor is come from Samsung from the last 2 phone

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  • 2013-01-17 07:56
  • u7mb

> In reply to Anonymous @ 2013-01-16 09:02 from IaHY - click to readspecs matter only if you care about the performance of your phone being exceptionally good. And on android phones imo, you kinda need them =[ only recently, the galaxy s3 with the jelly bean update on it, was the first android running phone for me, that no longer 'felt' laggy.

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  • 2013-01-16 22:28
  • vu}D

> In reply to Killer Droid @ 2013-01-15 17:41 from kxxA - click to readWhy 'am i talking??? duh, If you could remember my FIRST post here, i said that IT IS INDEED THE YEAR OF 5" FHD Phones.. And remember what you have said to me.. FANDROID pweh!!!.. and did your parents teach you that its bad to speak when somebody is talking..

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  • 2013-01-16 13:20
  • vaN}

if they make a note 3 that is BIGGER than the note 2.. what will be the point? it won't bridge that pocket filling gap anymore. it will just be TOO big and end up as a bag only device = less sales.
if your going too big just go a fullsize tablet, don't move ALL your devices out of their current GOOD selling niche:(
Reason being I am keen on a note, but my current iphone 4 contract expires mid year so the note3 or s4 will be my choice..I was leaning toward a note as i like the big screen but still being pocketable

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  • 2013-01-16 13:18
  • w6XA

> In reply to Not iv @ 2013-01-16 03:55 from vMeL - click to readbahahahahahahaahahahaha, nice

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  • 2013-01-16 12:35
  • 2I27

> In reply to Anonymous @ 2013-01-16 04:18 from HBy7 - click to readSamsung Galaxy SIII mini??

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  • 2013-01-16 10:50
  • ixM2

Not everyone is a blind chaser of the highest spec phone.

Spec is not everything.

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  • 2013-01-16 09:02
  • IaHY

> In reply to [deleted post]rofl dude, i can see pixels on my iphone 4's 326 ppi screen. I think you need to get your eyes checked :/

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  • 2013-01-16 06:08
  • vu}D

Note II mini? Samsung is not Apple...

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  • 2013-01-16 04:18
  • HBy7

For people complaining about above 300ppi is too high, just dont update your hi-tech smart phone.

Stay under and below HD, forever!!

Say No to hi-res screen
Say No to external memory
Say No to customization of UI
Say No to freedom, must use gateway iTune
Say No to choice, one (1) phone release per year

In god's kingdom phone should be phone, not for sharing or storage. Customization of your phone is a NO NO. It should only be done by the owner and that not you...

You'll always have iPhone, the only phone... your only phone! :)

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  • 2013-01-16 03:55
  • vMeL

> In reply to [deleted post]U "can" see pixel even with 300 plus.. Just need to look closely.. But u most likely cant at normal view range.

Fanboi like u is giving samsung a bad name..

Just cut and paste the first search result from google without thinking just to prove ur selfish viewpoint..

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  • 2013-01-16 03:42
  • PUmB

the behaviour of samsung fanboys are the exact reason why I don't buy, and never will, a galaxy phone

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  • 2013-01-16 02:34
  • IaHY

> In reply to Blaze @ 2013-01-15 23:07 from P9{A - click to readCool insight man. You're damn right about that!

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  • 2013-01-16 00:14
  • t7@n

Stop lying to make a point nobody can see pixel @ 300pi and up. Prove it to me that you can see pixel on the S3 with fact liar!!

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  • 2013-01-15 23:46
  • QGtq

Note 2 Mini? Wtf? Why would we need that? Note 2 Mini already exist, name is Galaxy S3 =/ playing around so much with sizes and stuff is weird Samsung (Note 2, S3 Mini, Note 2 Mini, Note 3, etc).

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  • 2013-01-15 23:07
  • P9{A

I don't think you could be more wrong. Setting my Galaxy Nexus side by side with a Lumia 920 the Lumia's IPS panel is the clear winner. It's sharper, less reflective, far more legible as in nearly perfect in direct noon sunlight, the blacks are barely off from OLED.

The OLED by contrast does have nice colors and perfect blacks but is hard to see in sunlight, power hungry, not remotely as sharp and has a paper like look with clearly yellow whites that OLED's are known for.

What is it about OLED you feel is even remotely superior to current generation IPS?

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  • 2013-01-15 22:43
  • xANx

> In reply to Killer Droid @ 2013-01-15 17:47 from kxxA - click to read@300ppi nobody can see a pixel? maybe you can't see "the borders" between pixels, but are you saying that on a pure white screen human eye can't see one black pixel in a middle? SURE IT CAN! So the difference [although not huge] is certainly noticeable.

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  • 2013-01-15 21:00
  • J51t

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