Rumours coming out of Samsung's home country of Korea have fleshed out some of the company's plans for next year's Galaxy S smartphone flagship, claiming the phone will come with an enormous, Galaxy Note sized, 4.99-inch display.
Korean site Asiae says this will be one of Samsung's new HD AMOLED model screens, outputting whatever version of Android Google's up to by then at the full HD 1920 x 1080 resolution. Meaning we'll see Samsung boasting of a pixel density of around 441ppi. So we're going to need higher resolution retinas in order to see any difference.
Other sources claim Samsung's preparing a 2GHz quad-core Exynos 5450 processor for inclusion in the Galaxy S4, which should also feature an updated 13-Megapixel camera inside it this time. We hope you didn't just sign up to a 24-month contract back in May. [Slashgear via 3G]