2012 has been of outstanding year for Samsung. The South Korean manufacturer has launched the Galaxy S3 and Galaxy Note 2, which are two of the most impressive and popular smartphones on the market, and has helped Samsung reach the top of the mobile phone industry as the most prolific smartphone manufacturer in the world.
The Galaxy S3 is Samsung’s current Android flagship smartphone, and the device quickly became a bestseller after its launch back in May, selling over 20 million units in just 100 days. To date, the device has hit 30 million sales and counting. The Galaxy Note 2 has been another success for Samsung this year. The follow-up to last year’s popular Galaxy Note, the large screened phablet device has already hit sales of 5 million units since its release back in September.
The success of these models has inevitably led to widespread speculation about the potential features of the follow-up devices, rumoured to b the Galaxy S4 and Galaxy Note 3. There have already been plenty of rumours that, particularly regarding key features of the Galaxy S4 and its potential camera, processor and touchscreen.
Recent rumours have suggested that the device may even have a flexible touchscreen panel. Samsung recently developed a prototype smartphone with this technology incorporated, but was quick to state that this technology is yet to enter mass production on the scale require to be included in the next Galaxy smartphone.
However, an article over the BBC website suggests otherwise, and has said that there is every possibility the we can see this technology included on smartphones sooner than we had been led to believe, and Samsung is the favourite to be the first company to launch a phone with this type of screen included. Check out our website where you will find all the best Samsung Galaxy S3 Contracts along with Samsung Galaxy Note 2 Price Comparison.
Unfortunately though, we’ll have to wait until the phone is launched, as both the Galaxy S4 and the Galaxy Note 3 are yet to be officially announced. Until then, we are likely to hear plenty more rumours regarding their potential features, and will keep you updated as we hear them.