Galaxy Note 3 specs may include Sharp LCD display


While there are many smartphone fans that are looking forward to get hold of the Samsung Galaxy S4, others are holding on for the release of the next phablet device from the company and the Galaxy Note 3 specs may include a Sharp LCD display.

Understandably there have not been as many leaks about the Note 3 compared to S4, but the handsets display has been the subject of a number of rumours. This latest report comes after Samsung made a $110 million investment into the company, and so called insiders are suggesting that Samsung are still to make a final decision on the handsets display but it may include an LCD from Sharp.

Recent reports have tipped the Galaxy Note 3 to have a 5.9-inch display increased from the current Note model that uses a 5.5-inch screen, but one of the reasons the next Samsung Galaxy Note may use an LCD is for a better S Pen experience.

One of the standout features of the Galaxy Note since it was first released back in 2011 was the S Pen, which was enhanced further with the latest Note 2 smartphone. The Samsung Galaxy Note 8.0 uses an LCD display, but the resolution of the screen leaves a lot to be desired, so Samsung would want to have a much better display on one of its flagship smartphones.

It is being suggested that OLED displays will be used in other products such as tablets, but whether Samsung ditches this type of display for the Galaxy Note 3 remains to be seen.

Would you prefer to see an LCD display on the Galaxy Note 3?

Source: SamMobile.


4 thoughts on “Galaxy Note 3 specs may include Sharp LCD display”

  1. Richard Yarrell says:

    Definitely looking forward to purchasing the Galaxy Note 3 on day one of launch. My Galaxy Note 2 is simply industry leading today nothing on the market is better. Yes the Galaxy Note 3 will be the grandest device ever.

  2. ronf57 says:

    Note 3 and note 8 refresh need the best screens available to be competitive.
    I predict unless Note 8 get a big price drop it won’t sell like gangbusters, simply because of the screen. I’d love a Note device as big as I can get it…10″ is problemmatic as a phone but slightly smaller i could use but it needs a great screen with high resolution 1280 x 800 doesn’t cut it anymore, especially when features like split screen for productivity are starting to arrive.

  3. Wayne says:

    “the resolution of the screen leaves a lot to be desired”… I disagree. I’m really happy with my Note 2’s screen, the video playback in HD is beautiful. That doesn’t mean I wouldn’t be happy with an upgrade though! Although I think I would prefer the long lasting battery life over an OLED display….

  4. shaamaaen says:

    Whatever the new innovations..I will want a removable battery in my new Note 3.Otherwise I will not buy the machine.I hope Samsung never forget this FACTOR. I will not look at a Nokia because of the sealed battery.And all the Apple gizmos do the same…remain sealed with non consumer removable batteries…My future products all need to have user removable batteries…THIS ALSO INCLUDES TABLETS.I WILL DICIDE ON WHEN TO UPGRADE A PRODUCT. ..NOT THE MANUFACTURER…I WILL NEVER BE DICTACTED TO ABOUT THE BATTERY FACTOR… I HOPE THAT ALL CONSUMERS WILL CONSIDER THE ABOVE. .NOMATTER HOW FAST THEIR LIVES MIGHT BE..OR HOW AFFLUENT THEY MIGHT BE…

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