- Samsung may stop imparting the release of Galaxy S smartphones with a 'normal' flat screen, this line only a curved display. Then hint Samsung, at least according to The Korea Herald.
CEO Koh Dong-jin would have indicated during an interview in New York that Samsung has planned to make the Edge screen until the identity of the Galaxy S smartphone line. That could if the company is able consumers 'to offer a differentiated user experience' using software and user-friendly features for curved display.
Last week, the Galaxy Note 7 was presented the new Samsung phablet with a curved edge screen. According to The Korea Herald is obvious that it will serve as a touchstone for Samsung for the decision on the deployment of a single model, with curved screen for future flagship of Samsung. This applies for instance to the Galaxy S8, which will be released next year.
Humpback calf with splashes into ocean
Bizarre: Bus falls into workplace
Golden tribute to Van Vleuten
The Galaxy S line from Samsung has since 2015 also an Edge variant. The S6 and S7, there was also an Edge version. The Note 7 was meanwhile without 'Edge' launched in the name, although it does have a curved display.