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Apr 12, 2012

Samsung Galaxy S III Arriving in May with 4.6-Inc Super AMOLED HD Plus Display – Report

More rumors on the unannounced Samsung Galaxy S III have just emerged online. It appears that OLED Association recently released an ample article on Samsung Mobile Display success on the market and the launch of the YOUM branding for flexible displays.

Nothing unusual here. However, while explaining how many displays SMD (Samsung Mobile Display) delivered and to which models, the association claims Samsung's plans to release a 4.6-inch Super AMOLED HD Plus with the 319 ppi for the Galaxy S III.

Further, OLED Association suggests that Samsung Galaxy S III will be released in May around the same time frame as Apple's iPhone 5. 

Apparently the only way that Samsung can make the OLED display competitive with iPhone's retina display at white levels of 40% is to add phosphorescent green, thus reducing power consumption and consistently outshining LCDs for images and video. 

According to the latest hearsay, Apple's iPhone 5 will be packed with a 4.3-inch display, so both smartphones' displays should have comparable size and pixel density, which will probably make it harder for customers to choose their favorite device.

If Samsung Galaxy S III's display will be at least as competitive as iPhone's, then Apple will have something to worry about as this is one of its selling points.

Although Samsung is still mum on anything related to its future Android flagship smartphone, Galaxy S III, the May release date is in line with the latest rumors coming from different sources in the industry.

We also had some reports on the smartphone's hardware configuration, but nothing on the Galaxy S III's software. Still, we can safely assume that the handset will be powered by Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich operating system

Hardware-wise, the Galaxy S III is said to be equipped with a 1.5 GHz quad-core Exynos processor, 16GB (32GB) of internal memory, 1GB of RAM, as well as a 12-megapixel rear camera. Stay tuned for more updates on the matter. via OLED Association


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