Larger DisplayThe Samsung Galaxy S III's 4.8-inch Super AMOLED display has 1280-by-720-pixel resolution. It's one of the biggest and brightest smartphone screens you can buy. The next-gen iPhone will reportedly have a 4-inch display--a respectable bump up from previous generation 3.5-inch screen, but noticeably smaller than the Galaxy S III's behemoth beauty. The new iPhone display may also have a 16:9 aspect ratio, several reports claim, as well as a screen resolution of 1136-by-640 pixels, up from its predecessor's 960-by-640.
The new iPhone display may be unique in other ways too. According to a recent report in The Wall Street Journal, the next-gen model will have a thinner screen with in-cell technology that integrates touch sensors into the LCD. By removing the separate touchscreen layer, the display is half-a-millimeter thinner and offers better image quality, the report said.
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