This pic may not exactly fit the story, but it was a good approximation.
According to some supposed insider intel, Samsung is working on a new 5.8-inch Screen that takes visuals to a whole new level. The source of this info claims that Samsung is developing something called a ClorOLED display that will be available by June of 2013, and there are quite a few new advancements in the tech. Up until the newest Galaxy Note II, Samsung has been mostly using a PenTile arrangement for their display matrix. This new ClorOLED will instead use an RGB matrix and achieve 1024x980 resolution with 358ppi density.
Of course, if you do the math on this resolution, you only come up with 244ppi, and that is where the other key difference for their new tech comes in. Supposedly, the new ClorOLED display will have no less than 16 subpixels in its RGB matrix, which will be a stunning achievement and should allow for super-bright and crystal-clear images. In fact, this tech may have actually been leaked previously. We have heard tidbits about a new breakthrough from Samsung called Fine Metal Mask (FMM) that will supposedly allow 350+ppi pixel densities in their conventional OLED display tech. This could simply be an extension of that technology.
Right now we don't know anything for sure, but we will keep you informed if/when we hear more. Could this be a hint of the Galaxy Note III for next year?