Samsung hints at ditching flat screens on future Galaxy S models
Samsung is moving forward and really stepping up their technology game and in a recent hint dropping statement, we now know that the smartphone brand might dump the use of flat screens for only curved edge displays on all Galaxy S models. This hint is to be trusted because it was dropped by none other than DJ Koh, the company’s mobile chief.
The Galaxy S6 of last year and the 2016 launched Galaxy S7 device all came with their own variants that bore the “Edge” name extension and this was done to cater to new markets and surprisingly enough, these variants did more than their flat screen brothers could ever have dreamt of. With this in mind, Samsung decided to make a bold move on their most recent launch, the Galaxy Note 7, and on this they used only the curved screen variant.
Presently, we think the latest Note 7 is an experiment of some sorts for the company, helping them to figure out how the market would react to a single edged screen display and if successful, launch a single variant of next year’s Galaxy S8 with curved screen.
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