He stubbornly coming back: the rumor that the Samsung Galaxy S5 is not equipped with an AMOLED screen, but instead a ‘normal’ LCD display.
Less than a month ago was the same all to read , and although we still maintain that this kind of news should be, with many grains of salt consumed is the source of this time still a degree more seriously – or at least the thought that the leads conclusion.
In any case, the Sharp would be that screens for the Galaxy S5 must fabricate, for the simple reason that Samsung’s own screen division right now can not even produce a resolution of 2560 by 1440 pixels. Sufficient Amoled screens
In addition, Samsung purchased in the spring of 2013, though a block of shares worth 3% of Sharp, which can be considered a serious interest in Sharp’s ability to manufacture high-quality LCD displays. Interpreted
If all of the above is true, it would indeed be that the Galaxy S5 as the first device in the Galaxy S series will have. Amoled screen so no For us this is not only unfortunate, but it also raises the question of how reliable yet the news is. The AMOLED screen is after all one of the unique selling points of the S series, and though rumors of LCD screens every year, and appearing at every attractive, high again, Samsung has so far remained faithful to its own, unique Amoled technology.
How it all may be: in a month or two until we know for sure. Then – mid-March – Samsung Galaxy S5 will probably officially unveil. And until then we have to do with rumors and speculation.