Samsung Galaxy Note 3 with a flexible OLED display for September?

While everyone have expected to see much more innovations for the Galaxy S IV it seems that perhaps ultimately the Galaxy Note 3 will be device which will offer the latest technology from Samsung on the mobile device market.

So the rumors are rife about the next Samsung phablet. After suggesting that we can expect a new release in the month of September, many people started to speculate about the screen that this new phablet will include.

This year at CES, Samsung introduced its technology Youm, a flexible OLED devices which will be integrated in its future devices. As we now know, this technology is not integrated into the Galaxy S IV.

The report published in Asia suggests that although this technology is still developing, Samsung might be able to include it in its future phablet to be presented at the IFA 2013 in September. A date which is not risky since the first two Galaxy Tab had been unveiled during the IFA.

When it comes to screen size, we expect a size of 5.9 inches and 1080p HD resolution. This time in a flexible version, largely composed of flexible plastic, making the screen virtually unbreakable. [Read Also: Samsung Galaxy Note 2 Review]

Note that in his presentation, Samsung flexible screen began its development at the same time as the processor Exynos 5 Octa. The very same team that already worked on Galaxy S IV.

If these rumors are confirmed, Samsung could significantly stand out from the competition and take a few generations ahead of other tablets on the market. Especially since it would be a first step towards a more comprehensive deployment of flexible displays promised for years by the leading brands.

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