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Samsung Galaxy S5 to go Flat, not Flexible, No curved display for Galaxy S5

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Samsung Galaxy S5 to go Flat, not Flexible, No curved display for Galaxy S5
The rumors about the upcoming Samsung Galaxy S5 are continuously increasing as the time of its release is coming near. However, many of the false rumors are also falling to ground with every new report from across the world. This upcoming tech venture from Samsung will be known as Samsung Galaxy S5 and is expected to release in the early quarter of 2014. Today we will be discussing about the display of this smartphone and dumping some of the false rumors that have been circling about it from a long time.
Curvy or Flat?
There were rumors that Samsung will bring a major advancement in the display technology by launching Galaxy S5 with a curved display which will be flexible and will be equipped with an OLED YOUM technology. According to an unknown source from Korea, the rumors about the upcoming Samsung Galaxy S5 to have a curvy or flexible OLED display have been completely dumped in grounds. Samsung might be working on this flexible screen prototype but the mass production of this type of display is not possible till now. However, there are other reports that Samsung might release this type of display with another device at the end of 2014. Amidst all these rumors, there was also a rumor about the screen of Galaxy S5 to have a LCD display panel instead of AMOLED type.
Which display will actually be used?
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All kinds of rumors can be put to bed, as according to reports Korean based company Samsung has already started the mass production of the 5.25 inch QHD (Quad High Definition) AMOLED displays for the upcoming Samsung Galaxy S5. The display will be using SUPER AMOLED technology and will be having 1440×2560 pixels of screen resolution. The new feature that will be embedded in this display will be a diamond pixel arrangement technology which makes the display even sharper. Under this technology, all the red and blue pixels will of a diamond shape and the green pixels will be interleaved with alternating blue and red pixels.
The quality of the display has vastly improved, however, there is no major change and there are even reports that Samsung Galaxy S5 will share its Display with Samsung Note 3 which was recently launched. Both devices will have SUPER AMOLED technology but the diamond pixel arrangement seems to be part of Galaxy S5 only. There might be some other minor changes in the display which we may only get to know after the release or if there is some official statement about upcoming Samsung Galaxy S5 by Samsung officials. This device from Samsung is set to release in the early quarter of 2014, and will be available in the price range of Rs. 45,000 to Rs. 50,000 in India.

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