The Galaxy Note 4 will surely be a huge acheivement for Samsung since it is going to bring the company's very first YOUM flexible OLED display technology. Some Korean media citing insider sources have revealed this information and the details include the phone containing three sides to the display.
The left and rights sides on the phone's display have been bent in a way that they have created additional display place for extra notifications and alerts. These additional display zones will have notifications from messages, email and incoming calls. For those who are interested in getting to know more about this YOUM three sides display, they can get more insight from the demo videos posted on the internet. The videos also bring out the advantages of this particular style of display.
According to a report by Reuters which originally comes from a Samsung representative, it has been confirmed that the company has been working on a new form factor and from what we know, this is the new three sides display which we just talked about.
Apple's first wearable will not ship until 2015
If true, Apple, as it has always been, must be very confident about its timing. After all, it will be the company's new product from an entirely different category, and people will most likely be patient about it.
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