Samsung is said to unveil the first phone to use their new 3.3" touch-enabled AMOLED displays announced last week. Those displays (which Samsung calls super AMOLED) have a 480x800 resolution, with a touch-sensor over the mirror display. The thickness of the touch sensor is just 0.001mm. Samsung claims that these displays are five-times more clear or vivid, and perform 20% better when used outdoors. Perhaps this is the same technology as used in their upcoming GT-8500, which is said to have a special 'anti-reflective OLED'.

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