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Wednesday, 6 November 2013

Samsung Galaxy Note 3 to have world's first 'unbreakable' flexible display?

Samsung Galaxy Note 3 to have world's first 'unbreakable' flexible display?
The latest murmurings on the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 suggest that it will be the first phone to sport a flexible display.
According to Korean site Asiae which has spoken to "industry sources", Samsung will use the flexible OLED technology it showed off at CES 2013 in the Galaxy Note 3 later this year.
The unnamed sources were unable to provide any further information on the rumoured handset, with the screen size still a mystery - some say it will be around 5.9 inches, while others claim it'll be closer to 6.3 inches.

Drop it like it's hot

If the screen is made from plastic instead of the traditional glass, users won't have to fear dropping their device as the flexible display can't be damaged as easily - perfect if you're rocking a huge 5.9-inch smartphone and struggling to hold it in one hand.
Reports suggest the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 launch will occur at IFA 2013, if not just before - which means we'll see the handset at the end of August/start of September.
Samsung hasn't made any comment regarding the Note 3 and we're not getting carried away with this flexible screen rumour as we reckon it's still a couple of years away from starring in our phones - plus "industry sources" rarely fill us with confidence.