Samsung Galaxy Note 3, one of the most-awaited smartphones of 2013, is centered by a whole lot of rumors, some believable whereas others truly unreliable.
Samsung will probably build the beast with superior quality materials as compared to its predecessor, the Galaxy Note 2. However, a particular eye-catching rumor is flooding the forums, which is about an unbreakable display to be used by Samsung in its Note 3.
This sort of display has been the base of rumors since years. However, none of the tech-giants have executed it yet.
Smartphone manufacturers always seek innovative technology but it consumes ample time to develop a new technology that would do well with users. Availability is an influential factor in this context, mass production and distribution of a newly-invented sample technology is difficult.
SDC (Samsung Display Company) is rumored to be focusing on inventing an unbreakable OLED display that would be put to mass distribution by the end of 2013. A Low Temperature PolySillicon active matrix would probably be utilized in executing this unbreakable display technology along with an RGB OLED pattern and a plastic substrate. The plastic OLED, rumored to be used in upcoming Samsung Galaxy Note 3, would be lighter and slimmer than the traditional glass OLED display used in Samsung Galaxy Note 2.
It is a bit illogical to expect Samsung to bring out an unbreakable plastic OLED display this year while it has initially utilized glass OLED display in Samsung Galaxy Note 2 just the previous year. Samsung may wish to continue with its recent and widely popularized discovery rather than expending in a more recent technology.
Even if Samsung uses unbreakable OLED display with plastic substrate, it would consume ample time to put the technology to mass production, thus threatening the availability of the much-awaited Samsung Galaxy Note 3. It may hamper Samsung’s business as well as dissatisfy consumers. So, Samsung has to manage a lot, if it is willing to insert such a technology in its upcoming giant, the Samsung Galaxy Note 3.