Samsung Galaxy Note confirmed pliable 3




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The next month, Samsung will release a limited edition smartphone Galaxy Note 3 with a flexible display, writes newsletter of Asian Daily, citing a South Korean company. Talking about the readiness of LG and Samsung to start mass production of flexible displays in the fourth quarter have been conducted since the beginning of the year.

Due to the insufficient development of the new technology first batch of Galaxy Note 3 will be released in limited quantities, and instead of a glass display will be used plastic OLED, the source said. The main advantage of such a display is not the ability to change its shape, and resistance to damage, which recently Samsung has paid more attention. A few weeks after the release of Galaxy S4 company announced Active – waterproof and dust-proof version of the flagship smartphone.

In addition to the new version of the Galaxy Note 3 South Korean company developing the next flagship – Galaxy S5, which, according to unconfirmed information, will have a full metal body. According to Taiwanese newspaper Taipei Times, Samsung is planning to order the Taiwanese Catcher, manufacturer of metal cases for Apple iPad, iPhone and HTC One, from 10 million to 30 million panels.

Now the official information. Today Samsung announced the pixel image enhancement technology for cameras ISOCELL smartphones. The technology promises more accurate color reproduction, light sensitivity and a decrease in the size of the camera module. Serial production of the first sensor ISOCELL begin in the fourth quarter.


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