Samsung Galaxy S4: Full HD screen of 4.99 inches confirmed by Samsung

As you probably already know, the latest news, Samsung Galaxy S4 should carry a 5-inch screen with a resolution of Full HD kind. It was only a rumor so far, but it seems that the latter has proven to be accurate. For indeed, during the CES 2013 , Samsung has put forward its AMOLED screen technology through a roadmap showing the evolution of the latter through the years. And according to this document, it is a Full HD screen of 4.99 inches which should be released sometime in the first quarter of 2013. Course, difficult not to think the Galaxy S4.

It must be confessed, Samsung mastery rather well all the technologies that surround the screens of our smartphones and that the manufacturer was launched in 2010 with 3.97 inch WVGA screen, so this is a Full HD 4.99 inches which should land on the market in the coming weeks. A screen will benefit from an incredible 440 ppi resolution ! If this figure does not talk to you, you can simply remember that the Retina display of the iPhone 5 in step 326 ppi. And yes, it's still a big difference.

The interesting thing with this screen, it is not only the resolution. No, because if we are to believe, then this screen will also consume much less energy. Samsung have spoken of an economy by 25% compared to the previous generation, with a special mode that allows the screen to consume 47% less energy ! In other words, smartphones will benefit from this screen should provide a more substantial autonomy. Good news, especially when we know that it is just the black point of most smartphones on the market.

Oh and for those who missed the news, it may be recalled that Samsung has also benefited from the CES 2013 to unveil its new Exynos chip, a chip that totals no less than eight cores, which could also fit the Samsung Galaxy S4. In any case, we hope, and in my case, I also very excited to see this new land Galaxy S.

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