Yesterday Samsung unveiled their latest Galaxy S series smartphone, the Galaxy S5. Samsung says that the new phone was designed to "focus on what matters most to consumers". The display is a 5.1" FHD (432 PPI) Super AMOLED display (seems to be the same display as on the GS4, only a bit larger).
Other features of the GS5 include a 2.5 Ghz quad-core CPU, 2GB of RAM, 16MP camera (4K video support). The GS5 is dust and water resistant, and it packs a finger scanner and a heart rate sensor. The new flagship device will launch on April 11 in 150 countries worldwide.
In past weeks we heard several reports regarding the GS5 display - that it will use an LCD and not an AMOLED, that it will use a 5.2" WQHD (2560 x 1440, 560 PPI) AMOLED and even that it may sport a flexible (curved) OLED screen. But Samsung did not really innovate with the new display. It may be that Samsung will unveil a "premium" GS5 model later on - and this one may sport the higher-density OLED or even a curved display indeed.
It's also highly likely that we'll soon see a GS5 "Zoom" model and perhaps a GS5 "Active" model (even though the regular GS5 is already water and dust resistant), and these may adopt a different display.