Nothing ago, a friend told me that mobile phones already carried everything, that where would they be able to continue improving. Part of the reason is, we had almost reached the maximum, with large high definition screens and a very high pixel density. At first they were AMOLED, then they became Super AMOLED, now they are Super AMOLED HD, and there are Super AMOLED HD Plus. If you already see things on the screen of a high-end smartphone, it is better than seeing them in reality. Well, there is still room for improvement, and we will see it next year. The change of cycle is approaching, mobile phones have to take another leap in quality and continue to improve in terms of component and technology. Samsung knows this, and that is why it seems to be working on a new panel technology that has been codenamed ChlorOLED.
One of the most remarkable features of this screen ChlorOLED is that the RGB matrix would be 16 sub-pixels for each pixel, this would greatly exceed the resolutions with which we work today. Samsung also would have chosen a 5.8-inch screen for its new panel. What does this sound like to you? What device of the company carries this type of screen? Unless you are thinking of a smart screen for a new prototype flying car with on-board computer, this screen would be the one of the future Samsung Galaxy Note 3, which could become one of the devices that the South Korean company uses the most to innovate. And, some rumors suggested that the flexible curved screen would not reach the Galaxy Note 2, but yes I would do it for him Galaxy Note 3, which would add another point of interest to this phablet, and makes us think that the new panels ChlorOLED in which Samsung works would also be flexible, something logical since it seems that it will be the next leap when it comes to screens.
Rumors, leaks, clues, indications, or whatever they want to be called, also drop the pixel density that this new screen that Samsung is working on would have, which would be 358 dots per inch, surpassing the 328 of the iPhone 4S. What resolution would this pixel density give us? Well this is even more amazing, the iPhone 4S, having such a small 3.5-inch screen, can reach a density of 328 dpi with ease, with a resolution of 960 by 640 pixels. However, on a 5.8-inch screen, to reach a density of 358 dpi, a resolution somewhat below Full HD would be necessary if we talk about panoramic screens, and something higher than 1600 by 1200 pixels if we talk about displays of four thirds. In any case, a brutality to be a motive. Of course, from 300 dpi, the human eye is not able to detect a big difference at the distance at which we usually use mobile devices, so we will only squeeze these characteristics when we have it closer than normal.
The new screens ChlorOLED they would begin to be manufactured from next summer, so that back in the fall of 2013 we could see the new Samsung Galaxy Note 3, although it is certain that before we will see much more data and rumors about the next phablet Samsung and its supposed new screens.