Samsung planning to kill the flat-screen Galaxy S Smartphone Variants

    The Galaxy Note 7 was launched a week ago and now the Samsung revealed their plans to ditch the flat-screen Galaxy S smartphones in favor of the dual-curved screens.

    Samsung planning to kill the flat-screen Galaxy S Smartphone Variants

    This curved screen trend started in the year 2015 with the Galaxy S6 Edge and later on the Galaxy S7 also got a curved screen variant. And, more recently the Note 7 arrived without the Edge suffix to its name.

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    Samsung has experienced good sale with the Galaxy S7 Edge rather than the Galaxy S7 and the company is expecting the same with the Note 7.

    Speaking on the same, Koh Dong-jin, the head of Samsung's mobile business, said as follows in an NewYork Media Event- " "Samsung has considered that it would make the edge display as the identity of the Galaxy S smartphone lineup if the company can provide consumers differentiated user experience through software and user-friendly functions (for the curved screen)"

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    That said, Samsung won't implement this move right away as this decision will heavily rely on the Galaxy Note 7 sales. If everything goes well with the Note 7, we might see a Galaxy S8 in only one variant with the dual-curved display.

    What are your thoughts on this article? Are you interested in only one variant of the flagship Galaxy S Series? Let us know your opinion in comments below.

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