Samsung Galaxy S5 and Note 4 Might Receive PLS LCD Display

Samsung wants to make some real revolutionary changes that would mark a new era of smartphone technology. The company has recently stated that the need for a switch from the ordinary AMOLED displays to PLS-LCD ones is serious business, as the move would actually reduce the costs of the devices` structure, up to 20%, without worrying that the change would affect the resolution of the display. This shift might directly involve the recent Samsung flagships such as Galaxy S5 and Note 3. The idea might be a great one, since the phone manufacturer already uses PLS-LCD displays on Nexus 10 and Galaxy Note 10.

Another consideration of using PLS-LCD displays other than the reduced costs concerns the new rising smartphone manufacturers like Oppo, Xiaomi or Vivo, that are already using the above mentioned displays. Huawei and Lenovo are also facing success with their rocket prices.

Samsung Galaxy S5 and Note 4 Might Receive PLS LCD Displays

Samsung Galaxy S5 and Note 4 Might Receive PLS LCD Displays

Our source declares that using PLS-LCD displays come with some important advantages such as a more colorful and vivid texture for the phone or lower power consumption when browsing the phone`s apps or internet. With all that, the company recently declared that it is now ready to launch Super AMOLED panels with 2k display resolution for a premium F series smartphones next year.

Concerning the Galaxy smartphone line, Samsung announced that they will be switched to PLS-LCD for higher brightness and accurate HD images.Well folks, the rumors seemed to be quite false as Samsung`s intention on featuring PLS-LCD displays might be delayed for a while for the Galaxy S5.

You can leave your comments on this matter. Is it ok for the Galaxy S5 and Note 3 to receive PLS-LCD displays for a better quality or you would rather go with the classic AMOLED display, for higher costs and a much more battery usage?