The Samsung Galaxy S3 screen will sport a screen resolution like 1280 x 800 just like it the Galaxy Note and Galaxy Nexus. The phone will feature a 4.65 inch screen and will have a 316 ppi pixel density which will be a huge improvement from the Galaxy S2 250 ppi that the S2 now sports.
There was a lot of debate over the Galaxy Note and Galaxy Nexus phones PenTile Matrix arrangement as it tended to distort the display a little. However reports suggest that the S3 will stray away from this path and will use a a normal RGB matrix for the Samsung Galaxy S3 (without the burdening cost), by combining the Fine Metal Mask (FMM) process used in AMOLED screen production with the new Laser-Induced Thermal Imaging (LITI) method. The latter helps Samsung produce pixels as small as 2.5 micrometers. While the FMM is used to produce blue pixels, the LITI is utilized for the red and green pixels. Basically, the Samsung Galaxy S3 display will be one never seen before and will be sure to dazzle even the most display-perfectionist (Round one to the Super AMOLED HD screen, in your face Apple’s Retina display).
The sheer effort and technology that is needed to create the Samsung Galaxy S3 just goes to ensure that every buyer feels completely satisfied with what he has bought. Knowing the length that manufacturers went through to create them does make you appreciate technology even more. Now, if you would excuse me, I have to refresh my Android news feed in the desperate hope that Samsung announce the S3 immediately. Talk about smitten.
Source Android Authority