The Korean manufacturer is reportedly planning to launch the Samsung Galaxy Note II in October.
Citing “industry sources,” the Korean newspaper writes that the device would feature “an unbreakable plane (UBP) display, which is a precursor to the flexible display”.
The report states that the UBP would also allow for a slimmer form factor and more space for components.
The Samsung Galaxy Note II will feature a larger screen that the current 5.3-inch model.
Other rumored specs include a quad-core processor, a 12 megapixel camera, longer battery life and an improved build quality.
The handset will be powered by the upcoming Android 5.0 Jelly Bean operating system, which is said to be a successor to Google’s latest Android version Ice Cream Sandwich, according to MK Business News.
The Android 5.0 Jellybean is expected to be revealed at Google I/O in San Francisco next week.