Correction to the basic math of this oversimplified view:
2 screens x 2 colors = 4x Material Sales
4x Material Sales with relatively high fixed costs and very high margins on COGS implies 4x profits
NOTES on Oversimplification:
License fees are already set at a contractually agreed upon, increasing biannual payment schedule, so the increase in screen sales only affects materials revenue. The payments will increase, but the schedule has not been disclosed.
Screen size has a significant amount to do with the materials revenue per screen. What really matters from the materials standpoint is the m^2 glass produced and the materials sold per m^2.
Yes sir, Samsung GT-B9150 aka Galaxy Q will come with not one, but a dual Super AMOLED HD display that can be folded, of all things. Visual quality is not compromised either, as this foldable display will carry a resolution of 1,920 x 1,080 pixels.
This month we may very well be looking at the first market-ready glimpse we’ll have of the Samsung Galaxy Q, a dual-display smartphone-like device tipped by the manufacturer more than once before. The clues are lining up with MobileGeeks showing a GL Benchmark result that they suggest is the final straw on the pile that’ll topple the whole mess in for a Mobile World Congress 2013 reveal. This device will be appearing in some capacity or another soon, bringing with it a 1080p set of two displays that fold out into one – is the world ready for such an oddity?