Samsung Galaxy Note 3 will have a ‘flexible OLED display’ making the screen ‘unbreakable.’ This concept is part of the Samsung Youm display technology.

After the Samsung Galaxy S4, all eyes are set on the next upcoming flagship phablet from the company, the Samsung Galaxy Note 3. If you were following the rumors about the Galaxy S4, then you should know that there were a lot of expectations from the Galaxy S4 that did not quiet make it into the final product. One of these expectations was the flexible display, now it is the Galaxy Note 3 that seems to have this unique piece of hardware on it.

Recent reports from trusted sources in Korea have said that Samsung has already been working on the successor to one of its most successful phablets, the Galaxy Note 2. This successor which is being called as the Galaxy Note 3 is said to have all those features that were rumored to be in the Galaxy S4, but did not make it.

Samsung Galaxy Note 3 Youm

Reports say that this new phablet will have a ‘flexible OLED display’ that will make the screen ‘unbreakable.’ This concept is part of the Samsung Youm display technology that was showcased by the company at CES this year. If this new display technology becomes a part of the Galaxy Note 3 hardware, then this phablet might be able to surpass the Galaxy S4 in terms of sales and popularity by a significant rate.

The best part about this technology is that the devices do not have to be very wide in order to have larger screens. Additionally, this flexible, wafer-thin component can also absorb forces when dropped or mishandled. This feature will not only add to the durability but at the same time get rid of all the extra stuff required for protection and safety.

The Samsung Galaxy Note 3 is said to have a 5.9-inch OLED display, Samsung Exynos 5 chipset, 2 GB of RAM and might run Android 5.0 Key Lime Pie. So it’s just a matter of time before we get to know what exactly had Samsung planned for us. We are ready to be amazed and surprised, do not disappoint us Samsung.

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