Samsung's Galaxy S phones have become the closest thing to the mythical "iPhone killer" of Android fans' dreams. Here's a look at the next version's likely features.
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One of the more provocative rumors out there claims the Galaxy S IV will feature a bendable display based on Samsung's flexible "YOUM" OLED technology, which the company showcased at CES 2013. YOUM enables Samsung's designers to build an OLED display on a sheet of thin, flexible plastic (rather than glass). Given the obvious fact that smartphones are oh-so-easy to drop, YOUM seems a great choice for mobile devices, including new form factors with foldable screens. But with no timetable from Samsung on YOUM's real-world readiness, it's reasonable to assume that bendy screens won't be ready in time for the Galaxy S IV's looming launch date.
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