Following reports that Samsung has hit a snag with the encapsulation process on their flexible display tech, it appears the next version of the Galaxy Note series will not feature the flexible display technology as originally rumored. According to the latest intel, the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 will feature a regular display instead of the flexible OLED tech that has made the headlines for a couple of years now. Here's a quote with more of the details,

The Galaxy Note III should be officially announced by Samsung in September, during IFA 2013. While its 5.9 inch Full HD display may not be flexible and unbreakable, the new handset is certainly going to be one that many users will want to buy. It should feature an eight-core Exynos processor, 2GB of RAM, a large battery, and at least Android 4.2 Jelly Bean. An improved overall build quality is also expected as Samsung seems to be jealous on what HTC has managed to do with its One flagship.
It's a shame this technology keeps getting delayed, although I doubt this change will affect the sales of the device when it does come. Still, it would have been exciting to see the GNote3 come with it.

Source: UnWiredView