Galaxy S8 to get fullscreen OLED display
Some of our sources are expecting that Samsung add fullscreen OLED display to its upcoming model Galaxy S8.
Samsung is working hard on other projects to regain their reputation. One of those projects is the release of Galaxy S8. So far, we have already got the alleged of the Galaxy S8 specs as well as design. But, those information is not official yet.
There is a rumor that the S8’s display would get full-screen OLED display. We have doubted so because Samsung Display researcher stated in the International Meeting that a full-screen display would be launched next year and the display area ratio will reach more than 90%. In comparison to Galaxy S7 Edge, the difference in screen-to-body ratio would be 20%. As a result, Samsung would reduce the bezel in the top and bottom of previous phones. However, increasing the display area ratio result in a change of the sensor’s location. So may be, Samsung manufacturers would move the sensor to the back of the phone.
Galaxy S8 is hinted to mount a Super AMOLED 4K Ultra HD display that has either 5.1 inches or 5.5 inches. In addition, the phone would be packed with a SND 830 (or at least 821) chipset for the US market, and Exynos 8893 for the international model. In order to save data, the Galaxy S8 is said to offer 4/6GB of RAM paired with 32GB of ROM that is expandable. It is also reported that the S8 will come with a dual main camera 12MP + 13MP. There would be an 8MP selfie shooter on the front of Galaxy S8. This device will run Android Nougat OS.