[RUMOR] Samsung Confirms Flex Display for Galaxy Note 3 Next Month, Metal SGS5 & More

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    [RUMOR] Samsung Confirms Flex Display for Galaxy Note 3 Next Month, Metal SGS5 & More


    We have what is supposedly a confirmation of interesting news out of Samsung. We are calling it a rumor for now until it can be corroborated. First, last night a rumor popped up that a new version of the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 will be coming out next month which will include Samsung's YOUM flexible display technology. We were planning on sharing this intel with you this morning, but we can go one step further now. This report has supposedly been confirmed by a Samsung representative, and they will indeed be bringing out a new GNote3 with a plastic display in October. The screen will not initially be truly flexible, but will be made of the flex-tech for added durability and power efficiency.

    There could also be one other side benefit which would also give Samsung a more compelling reason to offer a new GNote3 a month after the first one. The YOUM tech could make it easier to facilitate a more water-resistant body for the GNote3. Because of this there is some industry speculation that this next GNote3 will actually be an "Active" version, just like the SGS4 has its own water-proof "Active" alternative.

    The second bit of news also comes from this same internal Samsung source. They supposedly confirmed the next generation Galaxy S5 will be coming with a metal casing as the rumors have been suggesting. Again, for now we are still calling this a rumor, but the intel seems very solid.

    The final juicy tidbit is not a rumor. Samsung officially announced the development of “new advanced pixel technology" for their cameras. They call it ISOCELL. Here's a quote with the details on this new tech,

    "ISOCELL technology forms a physical barrier between neighboring pixels – isolating the pixel. This isolation enables more photons to be collected from the micro-lens and absorbed into the correct pixel’s photodiode minimizing undesired electrical crosstalk between pixels and allowing expanded full well capacity (FWC). Compared to conventional BSI pixels, the ISOCELL pixels decrease the crosstalk by approximately 30 percent… increase the full well capacity (FWC) by 30 percent… and can feature a 20 percent wider chief ray angle (CRA), reducing the height of the camera module."
    The primary result for the end user will be better low-light sensitivity, more accurate colors, and thinner camera modules. Samsung is already producing their first 8 megapixel cameras with ISOCELL tech. They plan to start mass production in Q4.

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