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Contrary To Past Rumors, Galaxy Note 3 Will Not Have Flexible Display

[Photo Source: Oled-Display]
[Photo Source: Oled-Display]
When news broke out about the development of the Galaxy Note 3, it was rumored to come with a flexible screen display which is much to the delight of its fans. The speculations were apparently fueled by Samsung’s earlier patent and demo of the technology. However, as the debut of the product approaches, sources are now saying that it will not have a flexible display, a report which is contrary to what has been circulating online in the past.

Instead of the flexible display, the Galaxy Note 3 will have a 6-inch screen or 5.99-inch according to CNET. But do not be disheartened by the new rumors though because the screen will sport a full-HD Super AMOLED display with diamond-shaped pixel structure similar to the newly released Samsung Galaxy S4.

Reason for Ditching the Flexible Display

SamMobile stated that the decision of Samsung to forego the heavily-hyped flexible display for now was due to the problem of the company in mass producing it. USwitch said Samsung forecasted that the demand for their new Galaxy Note 3 will be such that there won’t be enough resources and time to produce bendable screens.

Notably, the same issue was also encountered by LG which is Samsung’s rival in terms of display. Presently, there is no word when the company will finally integrate the said display to their devices. But it is possible that it will come in a year.

Other Features

Another feature that fans can look forward to in the Galaxy Note 3 is its octa-core Exynos 5 processor said CNET. Then, it has a Mali 450 GPU with eight cores to boost its graphics. In addition, it will come with 3GB of RAM. The same source speculates too that the device will be equipped with the Android 5.0 Key Lime Pie.

Sources: SamMobile, CNET, USwitch and Oled-Display

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