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Samsung may release future Galaxy S phones with curved display only

Samsung may droplet future Galaxy S phones with curved display only

Future Galaxy S phones could be available in a Crooked edge variant only.

At a media interview in New York last week, Samsung Mobile President Dongjin Koh hinted the commercial may expand its curved display technology, the Korea Herald reported on Sunday. Samsung currently offers its Galaxy S7 phone in both flat-screen and curved-edge varieties. But that may change at some point in the future.

“Samsung has grasped that it would make the edge display as the identity of the Galaxy S smartphone lineup if the commercial can provide consumers differentiated user experience through software and user-friendly functions (for the Crooked screen),” Koh said.

By fully embracing the curved exhibit design, Samsung is hoping to make it a signature feature on its best phones. The Galaxy S7 Edge triggered higher demand than its flat-screened counterpart, so consumers clearly like the feature. It’s one of the beget cues that truly sets it apart from the pack.

Samsung is enamored enough with Crooked edges that it released its Note 7 phablet just as a curved-screen model. The company is likely looking to gauge the reaction to the new Note beforehand it considers taking the same step with its Galaxy S lineup.

“Samsung will not probable get rid of the flat-screen Galaxy S smartphone model brilliant away, but if the market response is positive with the Note 7, it would unhurried serve as a cue for Samsung to focus only on the Edge model,” an unnamed market watcher told the Korea Herald.

As a larger scheme, however, the Galaxy Note 7 can squeeze more usable contented on its edges than can the smaller Galaxy S7 Edge. That’s the challenge Samsung would need to address if future Galaxy S phones came just as curved-display models.

Samsung did not now respond to CNET’s response for comment.