We're used to seeing new, major smartphone releases arriving more frequently than mobile carriers will allow us to upgrade, but where Samsung is concerned, the company has two flagship-level handset outlets. Both the Galaxy S and Galaxy Note are immensely popular among hordes of Android fans, and with the South Korean vendor releasing them at different points during any given year, one only has to wait a couple of months to see a brand new Galaxy handset. With the Galaxy S4 now announced pending release next month, attentions will naturally turn to the larger, so-called "phablet" Galaxy Note III, and according to a report from Korean publication Asiae.co.kr, the device will pack an "unbreakable" display.
Ever thought the Galaxy Note II's 5.5-inch screen is just a little too cramped, or maybe small for that matter? You may be in luck, especially if you've got hands the size of bigfoot!
Samsung's "phablet" Galaxy Note series has proved a surprise hit with consumers, and with the second iteration boasting one of the largest displays in the smartphone industry, its successor - according to a report from Samsung's native South Korea - will set a new benchmark in terms of screen real-estate. The Note II may already be enormous with its 5.5-inch offering, but as TheKoreaTimes reports, the Galaxy Note III could boast an eye-watering 6.3-inch display upon its release next year.