Samsung Galaxy S IV to Feature Indestructible Screen?

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.

2 thoughts on “Samsung Galaxy S IV to Feature Indestructible Screen?

    • Hi, Youcef

      None of the specs for Samsung’s rumoured new flagship have been confirmed yet so what will emerge remains to be seen. However, the Galaxy SIII’s camera performed very well with an 8MP sensor and it will be interesting to see what kind of performance the Galaxy SIV achieves.

      However, Nokia’s 808 is an impressive device and the innovations that the Finnish firm has made with its PureView technology have carried through well to the Lumia 920. No doubt 2013 will see some very interesting cameraphones, and we’ll keep you up to date on the all the news as they emerge.


      Chris, Dialaphone

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