Samsung CEO Oh-Hyun Kwon revealed during the company's Samsung Analyst Day in Korea its timetable for the years to come, which curiously mentions plans for bended and foldable displays in 2014 and 2015.
Acer has just announced four new large flat screen computers. Unlike most AIO units however, these models from the company's new Smart LCD Monitor DA and TA series all run a more or less recent Android OS.
Samsung and LG are to be believed, the next smartphone battleground will be around flexible or curved displays in hand-sized proportions. But for now, it all sounds too much like a gimmick. That, however, may not be the case, at least based on some hands-on experiments done by DisplayMate Technologies, a company that specializes in display calibration, optimization, and consultancy.
LG G2 smartphone sure is impressive. We loved nearly everything about the 5.2-inch quad-core flagship smartphone in our full G2 Review. However, one area that always seemed to bother us was the screen brightness, and thanks to several comments and XDA threads, we know we're not alone. Thankfully there's many custom apps in the Play Store to fix this, so we figured we'd mention one.
LG Display has introduced a super-slim full HD LCD panel, which it says is the world's slimmest offering in its category. The display measures in at 5.2-inches, and has a resolution of 1920 x 1080, with the goal being to reduce the overall thickness, weight, and "grip-ability" of modern handsets. There wasn't any word on when the LCD will be made available.
Galaxy S III will be using a non-Pentile display turned out to be false. It's using the same Pentile Matrix technology that previous Samsung phones (among others) relied on. We had heard that the new Samsung flagship would use the sharper and more expensive "Super AMOLED HD+" layout (i.e. a standard pixel grid) but we can confirm here at the Mobile Unpacked event that this is not the case.
Galaxy S III. With the announcement only days away we will know all the details soon, but these new pictures show what is likely the official size, shape, and design for the Galaxy S III. It matches the recent leaks we've reported and are linked to below. Check the pictures out after the break.