Alongside flexible screens Samsung also showcased its new mobile displays at this year’s CES 2013. As you can see in the image above, we can expect a WVGA 3.97-4.27-incher, a 4.29-inch qHD screen, an HD display of 4.8-5.55-inches as well as a Full HD screen of 4.99-inches.
This last S-AMOLED display is expected in the first quarter of 2013 with a PPI rating of 440. With more and more manufacturers opting for a Full HD 1080×1920 resolution on their flagship phones — starting with the first HTC Droid DNA — Samsung is expected to deliver nothing less.
There is a lot of speculation regarding the processor to be included in the fourth iteration of the Galaxy S phone. With the eight-core Exynos 5 Octa, Samsung could deliver a product which will, once again, be ahead of the competition. Whether this will be the SoC of choice on the S IV is yet unknown but it would surely mean an insanely fast phone.