Samsung: We’re still not into 3D smartphones
By now you may have already seen a handful of “leaks” on Samsung’s imminent Galaxy S III, but if you ask us, they all smell like a cruel prank on anticipating fans. As far as we’re concerned, the only reliable tidbits so far are the GT-i9300 and GT-i9308 codenames (the latter likely a TD-SCDMA variant for China Mobile) on Samsung’s support page; along with murmurs from executives about a certain quad-core chipset and a release date. Funnily enough, we just received the following statement from Sammy who’s probably not too happy about some of the speculations out there:
Although Samsung Electronics is constantly exploring new technologies for our mobile devices, we have no immediate plan to include displays featuring 3D technology in our upcoming smartphones.
So there you have it: the upcoming Galaxy S III, along with its new siblings, definitely won’t feature a 3D display; and you can certainly forget that 4-inch 3D handset we heard about last February. Unless, of course, LG can convince its Korean buddy to think otherwise.
As we can read few news back in Samsung introduce YOUM unbreakable Flexible AMOLED Display product Samsung is focusing on making flexible and undestructable displays for everyday use.