By Anton D. Nagy | November 22, 2012 8:59 AM
There are quite a lot of rumors regarding Samsung and its displays recently. We’ve just heard that the rumored 441ppi panel, which according to hear-say, will be part of the upcoming Galaxy S IV, is allegedly facing production problems and today’s bit is also referring to panels produced by the South Korean manufacturer.
Recent reports claim that smartphones made by Samsung in 2013 will be delivered with different display technologies. In order to cope with production capacities Samsung is reportedly going to deliver AMOLED screens only on high-end phones, like the S-series, while others in the mid-to-low category will be shipped with LCD panels, PLS (Plane-to-Line Switching) to be more specific. Such a move would keep the cost of lower-end phones accessible while the manufacturer can focus on next-gen AMOLED technologies for flagships.