In the recent past, we have heard that the next generation of the Samsung Galaxy smartphones, which could be called as the Samsung Galaxy S IV could arrive with a 4.99-inch full-HD display. And now, AnandTech has caught a display at Samsung Display’s booth at CES 2013 which showcased how the displays have evolved.
And one interesting thing to notice was the mention of the 4.99-inch Full HD AMOLED display with a pixel density of 440 PPI.
We can also see the mention of the 5.5-inch HD display which Samsung included in the Galaxy Note II. So it is almost confirmed that the Korean giant will launch the Galaxy S IV with a 4.99-inch FHD display.
As we can see, Samsung expects to release the display in Q1 2013 which also goes on to match many speculations of the Galaxy S IV smartphone launching in March 2013 or April 2013 which has already been denied by Samsung Lebanon and said that the launch will not happen until May 2013.
Samsung recently unveiled the 8-core Exynos 5 Octa SoC which we expect to power the Galaxy S IV smartphone along with 2 GB of RAM. Previous rumors also pointed out that Samsung might launch the S IV with S-Pen functionality and we have already seen an alleged render of the smartphone getting leaked.