Samsung Reportedly Working on Phones with four Curved Sides

According to some latest reports, Samsung Reportedly Working on Phones with four Curved Sides. It means a truly bezel-less display with four curves. Not just the sides but also the top and the bottom of the phone will also be curved. Moreover, the screen-to-body ratio of phone will be of 98 percent.

Samsung Reportedly Working on Phones with four Curved Sides

Not only Samsung, LG is also working on phone that will bezel-less and all-screen by curving all sides and eliminating even the top and the bottom bezels. The problem with curved sides is that when four sides are curved, its four corners become useless. It means that we can’t touch its corners. The current lamination process won’t let these corners register your touch.

Both LG and Samsung are working to resolve this problem. Recently, LG has Confirmed to Supply LCD Displays to Samsung. This is the first deal between LG and Samsung. They had never trade for displays before.

Moreover, other than being rivals, Samsung and Apple also do businesses together. Samsung supply OLED screens to Apple. Last year, Apple has placed an order for 100 OLED screens for its latest iPhone. But it seems like, this amount of unit is not enough. Some reports claimed that, Apple orders 160 million OLED Screens for iPhone from Samsung. New deal is estimated to be around $4.3 billion.

For More Details Also Read: LG Confirms to Supply LCD Displays to Samsung

Recently, Samsung has launched the most awaited Samsung Galaxy S8 and S8 Plus. Moreover, both are high-end smartphones with extra ordinary specifications. Both phones come with better and improved Iris scanner. Samsung is planning to launch its smaller screen Galaxy S8 Mini soon. However, Samsung has not revealed any information yet. But S8 Mini will be a mid-range smartphone.

Also Read: Samsung to Launch Smaller Screen Galaxy S8 Mini Soon

Onsa Mustafa

Onsa is a Software Engineer and a tech blogger focuses on innovation in technology. She likes music, photography, traveling and exploring nature.
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