The rumors about Samsung Galaxy S4 release date and technical specs are starting to pile up, now that we are getting closer to the debut of Mobile World Congress 2013 and Consumer Electronics Show 2013 events. Reuters has made some diggings and discovered that Samsung Galaxy S4 release date was set for April and that it will sport an unbreakable display.
Codenamed Project J, the ace up the sleeve of the Samsung Galaxy S4 might be the display mentioned above. Rumor has it that Samsung Galaxy S4 will come with a 5-inch display with Full HD resolution, but the journalists at Reuters are also mentioning a 13 megapixel camera and a quad-core chipset (most likely a Exynos 5 Quad unit, developed by Samsung and based on Cortex A15 cores).
Samsung refused to comment about the rumors and speculations regarding the Samsung Galaxy S3, but analysts like Nicolas Gaudois from UBS are saying that, unlike this year, when Galaxy S3 was launched after HTC One X and HTC One S, Samsung will launch its flagship smartphone earlier.
Samsung is a big supporter of the OLED technology and it is in the first line of the manufacturers working on unbreakable displays, so far managing to develop OLED panels that replace the glass with plastic materials.
In the near future, this technology will help the smartphone and tablet makers create flexible gadgets, or ad least flexible displays. Such terminals will reportedly hit the market sometime in 2014, but before the first flexible smartphones, it seems that we will get a Samsung Galaxy S4 with an breakable display. Are you considering purchasing it?