Samsung has started mass producing 5.25-inch AMOLED screen with 2K screen resolution that will likely be found in the upcoming Galaxy S5. Aside from sporting 2,560 x 1,440 pixels (for a pixel density of 559 ppi), we know that this panel will also use the “diamond” pixel arrangement, first seen in the Galaxy S4 and than in the Galaxy Note 3. This in turn will make colors almost as vivid as those produced by LCD panels.
The slightly bigger screen may not necessarily make for a much bulkier device. In fact, when compared to the current Galaxy S4 model, the Galaxy S5 may grow just a few millimeters, with the Korean company going for an edge-to-edge design.
Yeah, we’re eager to see what the next year holds and can’t wait for the official announcement of Sammy’s 2014 flagship. Unfortunately though, the chances are we’ll have to wait for April or May as the company is known for introducing these kinds of phones at its own events rather than doing so in Vegas (CES) or Barcelona (MWC).