The CES 2013 has been lasted for days. Samsung has no plan to release its next generation of Android smartphone flagship, the Galaxy S IV. But a picture taken of a wall display at the CES 2013 has showed people a brief introduction about the upcoming flagship.
The picture shows people quite a lot of information regarding on the Galaxy S IV, including: different Samsung smartphones and models, screen resolution, screen density and release date. As from the picture, Samsung's AMOLED screen starts with a 210ppi 3.97 inch WVGA screen from 2010 to today's 4.99 inch 1080p screen with a 440ppi pixel density. We could easily get that the Samsung Galaxy S IV would feature a 4.99" FHD (1920x1080 pixels) screen with 440ppi, which means watching HD movies on Galaxy S 4 would no doubt be a great leisure.
Some people may worry that such large screen display might consume more power. According to the reports from Korean manufacture, a new revision to the material used on AMOLED screens is supposed to result in 25% power savings. Also, a low power mode could ring up another 47% in power savings. With the FHD panel being the successor to the 5.5 inch screen on the Samsung GALAXY Note II, which itself uses an RGB matrix, the Samsung Galaxy S IV could do away with the PenTile display seen on the Samsung Galaxy S III. That would seem to contradict what Samsung's Samsung USA's Philip Berne said at CTIA last year when he stated that Samsung went with a PenTile display on the 4.8 inch Samsung Galaxy S III because AMOLED screens have better longevity with a PenTile display.