The Samsung Galaxy Note 3 has been one of those roller-coaster style headliners for some time. One moment it is scheduled to debut with Samsung's new flexible OLED technology, and the next it isn't, then it's back on again, ad infinitum. Today the pendulum swings back to the "not" category. According to the latest intel, the Samsung Galaxy S3 (pictured above from a previous leak - although this pic has nothing to do with this story) is already in manufacturing and will NOT be coming with the flexible OLED, but instead has a traditional glass display. This source also supposedly confirmed the device will come in with a behemoth 6-inch display. Here's a quote with a few additional details,
What do you guys think? Do you care if it comes with a flexible screen or not?In the report it is speculated that Samsung is not ready to mass produce flexible OLED displays and are currently only capable of manufacturing 24,000 screens a month. LG, who had also hinted at a flexible device by year’s end, is reportedly also having problems mass-producing their flexible display.
Aside from the display, the Note III is rumored to have an Exynos Octa-core processor clocked at 2GHz for the A15 processor and 1.7GHz for the A7 processor, 3 GB of RAM, and runs Android 4.2.2. It is likely to be revealed at IFA 2013 in Berlin with a possible launch in the third quarter of this year.