Samsung’s next flagship handset has already been the subject of countless rumours and the latest reports suggest it will house an unbreakable display.
The Galaxy S III successor is expected to go by the name of the Samsung Galaxy S IV and boast a screen made of plastic substrate instead of fragile glass to prevent cracks and scratches even when dropped.
Many phone screens are currently coated with super-tough Corning Gorilla Glass to make them even more drop-proof but this new innovation could be a huge selling point for the next Galaxy handset. Samsung is also rumoured to be working on flexible screens, with the Galaxy S IV reportedly in line for a curved display.
Other specs for the Galaxy S IV include a larger screen with a higher resolution, a powerful quad-core processor and a 13 megapixel camera. It’s speculated to arrive on UK shores next spring, something that is in-keeping with the launch schedules of previous Galaxy flagship devices.