Its not like there hasn’t already been much talk about the upcoming flagship Galaxy smartphone from Samsung. The company is expected to release the Galaxy S5 earlier than originally planned next year, some believe that the announcement might be made as soon as January. There has been a lot of debate about the specifications its supposed to tout, we have heard conflicting reports about its display. As per the latest coming in from local Korean media, the company has reportedly started mass producing 5.25 inch AMOLED panels for the Galaxy S5 which boast an impressive 2,560×1,440 pixel resolution.
While not as pure like the RGB layout used in LCD screens, these panels reportedly use the “diamond” pixel arrangement that we first saw in the Galaxy S4 and later in the Galaxy Note 3. This pixel arrangement is much better and more preferred than the “pentile” arrangement seen in Galaxy S3. The display itself is said to have a pixel density of 559 ppi, much more that its current rivals. A number of manufacturers are expected to offer 2,560×1,440 displays in their flagships next year, Samsung just might end up leading the pack. It should be kept in mind that there’s no confirmation from Samsung as yet on the Galaxy S5, so these rumors should be taken with a grain of salt.