Samsung Galaxy Note 3 To Feature Flexible, Unbreakable Display With September Release? (Video)

Things are certainly heating up on everything Samsung Galaxy Note 3. Everyone wants the latest news, so here's some new information we just found out about Samsung's upcoming phablet: A new rumor claims that Samsung will be using an unbreakable plane (UBP) display on the Galaxy Note 3 as well as a flexible display.

A rumor said that the Samsung Galaxy Note 2 would ship with this new display technology, but it never happened. The Samsung Galaxy S4 was also rumored to ship with a UBP display and that never happened either. But it appears that Samsung will be using this technology when it launches the Galaxy Note in September.

A new report from Asiae suggests that Samsung could be bringing its unbreakable flexible display to the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 when it launches later this year. The report goes on to say that Samsung will launch the Galaxy Note 3 at IFA which is being held in Berlin Sept. 6 - 11. Samsung has used IFA to launch the original Galaxy Note as well as the Galaxy Note 2. So it's pretty safe to assume they won't break tradition. Some believe that Samsung will be showing the phablet off privately during IFA, similar to how it showed off the Galaxy S4 at Mobile World Congress. It's also believed Samsung might throw a similar over-the-top show just like it did when it launched the Galaxy S4.

Samsung has been working on flexible displays for years. At CES 2013, the company showed off Samsung Youm (in the video below), which is a flexible OLED technology. As we've reported, the display of the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 is expected to have a 5.9-inch display with full HD 1080p resolution. If the rumors are true, Samsung will surely market the Galaxy Note 3 with a flexible and unbreakable display, two huge features no other manufacturer offers. Do you think we'll see a flexible display on the Galaxy Note 3? Please let us know in the comments.

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