The Samsung Galaxy S III, above, will be succeeded by a model with a so-called… (Samsung )
Samsung's rumored flagship phone, the Galaxy S IV, may feature a new technology that will make its screen "unbreakable."
A Reuters report citing unnamed sources includes several details about what to expect on the next major Samsung release, and chief among them is the possible inclusion of a plastic OLED display. The plastic screen, which would replace the current glass display used for the Galaxy S III, is touted as being unbreakable.
We heard about the unbreakable, plastic Samsung screen last month in a Wall Street Journal report that also said the new displays could make them foldable. Reuters says the unbreakable screens could be the key selling point for the GS4.
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But besides being unbreakable, the report also says the Galaxy S IV's displays will be even bigger than the GS3's 4.8-inch screen. Additionally, Reuters says the displays will be higher resolution than be before.
According to Reuters, the GS4 is also expected to have a quad-core processor and a 13-megapixel camera.
The report pinpoints the phone's launch for next April. For reference, the GS3 began to roll out in Europe and other parts of the world this past May.
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