5-Inch Super AMOLED DisplayA smartphone can grow only so large before it becomes, well, a tablet. Huawei is pushing the limits with its new 6.1-inch Ascend Mate, and Samsung's own Galaxy Note 2, with its 5.5-inch display, gets close to Tablet Town as well. Ongoing rumors suggest the Galaxy S IV's screen will measure roughly 5-inches diagonally, making it slightly larger than the Galaxy S III's 4.8-inch, 720-by-1280 pixel display. The S IV's screen should look a lot sharper, however, if rumors of 1920-by-1200 resolution are true.
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