Samsung Note 4 to Drop Super AMOLED screens?

News   •   Dec 11, 2013 07:00 GMT

Samsung will be the power within the Android industry and there's often an enormous expectation for what the organisation is planning for its next flagship smartphones although it does come under criticism from some areas. Presently there are rumours the Samsung Galaxy S5 release combined with the Galaxy Note 4 could see the firm ditch Super AMOLED displays. 

There have been loads of rumours recently concerning the display specifications for the Samsung Galaxy S5 which has centered on the amount of resolution the display will have, and what the screen will be made out of.

There is talk the firm might go from Super AMOLED shows towards using LCD displays as an alternative. Samsung is presumably considering applying PLS LCD displays on its potential flagship handsets which may help push-down manufacturing costs of the handsets, taking hints from its stunning LCD TV technology. 

In many ways it will seem sensible although once we see more powerful processors running more power-hungry operating systems, therefore to supply a screen that uses less power might help in this case. 

This might also provide better lighting along side lower-power consumption and it might also provide better performance in the S-Pen if suited to the Galaxy Note 4. Obviously these kinds of rumours will have to be studied with a measure of sodium, and this is simply not the very first time we've noticed such rumours about Samsung going from technology.