Samsung’s Galaxy A series phones expected to feature curved displays

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Samsung's Galaxy A series phones expected to feature curved displays
Samsung’s Galaxy A series phones expected to feature curved displays

Samsung is a South Korean Multinational conglomerate company and its headquarters are in Samsung Town, Seoul.  It is leading the global smartphone market from many years.

Now, there is good news for Samsung smartphone lovers that Samsung is expected to feature its Galaxy A series with curved displays.  It will continue to deliver rigid displays for its mid-to-low tier handsets.  Samsung is expected to increase the yield of its curved OLEDs in order to decrease production costs.

Galaxy A series of Samsung including A9, A7, A5 and A3 has not yet featured with a curved screen.  But, hopefully, Samsung is expected to announce upcoming Galaxy A series models with Curved Screen which definitely would be a great news for its users.

According to etnews, “Samsung Electronics is already working on lowering models with rigid OLEDs from medium-grade to low-grade models.”

Samsung exclusively announced its Galaxy Note 7 handset in a curved display version earlier in this year.  Apart from this, the handsets released by Samsung were featured with flat display.

While considering the fact of reducing production costs for making curved displays, it could be imagined that many other models could be announced by Samsung in Curved Display.

As there is intense competition in the global smartphone market, Samsung is expected to introduce upcoming handsets with new technology and improved hardware.   If we talk about the users who love to take selfies, handsets with improved cameras are expected to be released in the market.

So, we can hope that as per previous practice, Samsung will definitely bring its best into the smartphone world in order to further strengthen its global smartphone market.

We will update here regarding any official announcement made by Samsung regarding curved display handsets.

Source: Android Authority

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