Samsung Galaxy S8 to get 4K VR Display
Samsung Galaxy S8 Display
A new report from Korea suggests that Samsung Galaxy S8 will have 4K VR Display. According to Park Won-sang, Samsung Display researcher, the display next year’s phone will be over 90 percent screen. He said, “Samsung Display would roll out a full-screen display whose display area ratio reaches more than 90 percent next year.” The report comes after the iMiD 2016 Display Exhibition in Seoul last week.
Park Won-sang also showed concepts for a bezel-less Galaxy S7 Edge during his presentation at iMiD 2016 Display Exhibition. He also said the possibility of producing a device with a 99 percent screen-to-body ratio in the next few years.
Previous rumors suggest that Samsung would remove physical home button on the Galaxy S8. This removal may open the chance for a larger display area. A new report from The Investor suggests that Samsung Galaxy S8 may get an OLED display with a greater than 90 percent screen-to-body ratio try this.
Earlier claims suggest that Samsung Galaxy S8, codenamed ‘Project Dream’, will get a 4K display intended for use with VR. According to Korea Herald, the Galaxy S8 will feature a larger 5.5in display with a 4K resolution. The current Samsung flagship, Galaxy S7 edge, has a 5.5in display. Other rumored feature of Samsung Galaxy S8 includes a non-exploding battery, that’s for sure, a dual-camera and an iris scanner aboard the handset. Samsung Galaxy S8s expected to be launched at MWC 2017 in February.