Samsung Galaxy S4 in the works, but delayed due to screen issues
The Samsung Galaxy S4 may be in development for a 2013 unveil, but Samsung is having problems with its 441ppi, five-inch screen
According to ever-spinning rumour mill DigiTimes, the Galaxy S4 is set to feature a 5-inch, 441ppi screen.
However, the company is struggling to produce screens with that resolution in-house, to a high volume.
Samsung has now turned to alternative screen tech manufacturer 3M, but it may have added a substantial delay before it can go on sale.
Samsung was due to launch the 5-inch monster at Mobile World Congress in February, but has now reportedly postponed the launch of the Galaxy S4 to a glitzy self-hosted launch at the beginning of May.
The Galaxy S3 was launched at Samsung's Unpacked event in May, making these rumours seem all the more likely.
The Samsung Galaxy S4 is said to feature a quad-core ARM Cortex A15 CPU - the most powerful processor in a Samsung product so far.
We can't wait to see the Samsung Galaxy S4 - after all, every one of Sammy's Galaxy flagships has stunned us.
The most recent, the Samsung Galaxy S3, is a stunner of a device and will be all the more impressive when it receives the Android 4.2 Jelly Bean update in early 2013.