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Is Samsung ditching its signature, industry-leading displays in the Galaxy S5?

07
Jan
2014

Samsung’s Galaxy S5 is shaping up to be one of the most exciting smartphones of the year, provided the rumors we’ve seen thus far pan out. According to a new report, however, Samsung’s next-generation flagship phone might lack a feature that is arguably the most important and impressive thing about Samsung’s hero phones: one of Samsung’s signature Super AMOLED displays. Chinese tech blog IT168 on Monday reported that Samsung is having some serious problems producing small Super AMOLED displays with 2K resolution. As a result, the company has supposedly decided to source displays from Sharp that utilize an entirely different technology. The report claims that Samsung’s upcoming flagship Galaxy S5 handset will utilize Low-Temperature Polysilicon (LTPS) displays built by Sharp rather than its

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