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Samsung has revealed its latest smartphone, the Galaxy S7, to the world for the first time, after unveiling it at its launch event in November.
We already knew the new Galaxy S9 would be unveiled at the same event, but this is the first official confirmation of a curved screen and a curved front-panel.
The company is calling it the “Super Bowl of curved screens”, and it will be available in both curved and regular variants.
It’s the first smartphone in the world with such a design.
Samsung is claiming it has developed a “new type of display”, which Samsung says can produce a “slimer, more premium-looking, more vibrant, and richer color display” than its current Super AMOLED panels.
It will also offer a wider viewing angle, thanks to the curvature of the screen.
The curved screen will be on the back, and will also be available with the Galaxy Note 8 – a curved curved smartphone that’s been designed to fit over a tablet.
We’ll have to wait and see how the new device fares in terms of battery life, but it’ll probably be a lot better than the S7.
We have to be careful here, as Samsung is also touting that the new display will produce a wider contrast ratio, meaning that it should be able to produce darker tones and be brighter than the regular Galaxy S6, S7 and S7 Edge.
It also claims a wider color gamut than its existing Super AMO panels.
The Super Bowl of Curved Display: Samsung’s curved display will be an industry first, and the company claims it has achieved a “great degree of efficiency” in manufacturing and manufacturing process.
This means that the curved panels are made using “all-new, advanced processes”, which have produced the new panels with a “smoother and more consistent appearance than previous-generation curved displays”.
The panels will have a “higher pixel density”, which means that they’ll have a higher colour gamut.
The panels are also more resistant to water ingress and dust than previous displays.
Samsung says it has “developed a new type of screen”, which it says can be used for a wide range of applications, including sports applications, healthcare, security, and entertainment.
Samsung is promising “an enhanced viewing angle” that will allow it to show content “from the side, up and to the side of the body”, which will make the display “perfect for viewing a wide variety of content, from television to music, movies, and sports.”
Samsung has also claimed that the panels will “enable users to experience richer, richer, more saturated colors”.
The company has described the new displays as a “superior display”, but this has not been confirmed.
The Samsung Galaxy Note8 will be released on the same day as the Galaxy Tab 10.9, which will be a new version of the Samsung Galaxy Tab S, which debuted back in November 2016.
Both of these devices will feature curved displays, and we have already seen some of the screens we can expect to see from Samsung’s upcoming devices.
There’s also a new Samsung smartphone, which is expected to be announced at the CES event on February 13, 2017.
It looks like the new Super Bowl has already begun, as the next Galaxy S smartphones are already set to be revealed.