There is a rumor going around that Samsung will be introducing the first plastic OLED display in their line up of devices, and the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 is the one that would be on the receiving end of this particular plastic OLED display. It was earlier hinted on Twitter by SamMobile that the next generation display from Samsung Display will see action in the Galaxy Note 3. Of course, there are whispers that the Galaxy Note 3 would be introduced later this year at IFA 2013 in Berlin, Germany, with the device all set to hit the markets sometime later in the fourth quarter of this year.
Of course, a plastic OLED display will be thinner than the one found on the Galaxy Note 2, and it will feature a RGB stripe, where even it is a whole lot lighter. I suppose the question on many peoples’ minds would be, what kind of resolution would this particular smartphone carry? Not only that, does Samsung Display have the capability of rolling out such a high number of displays? As with any good rumor, only time will be able to vindicate or blow it away.
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