Technograph – Samsung’s curved screen, succeeded in bringing the Korean manufacturer’s great success in the market. Type of phone with two curved sides like the Galaxy S7 edge and poker online terpercaya duo Galaxy S8 user interest. Both lines of this smartphone is even reported to have contributed great revenue for the South Korean company.
Wanting to continue the success, Samsung seems to want to add this curved design on all four sides of the phone screen. Reportedly, the screen with four curved sides will slide for the Galaxy S9 next year. Not only curved on either side, but also up and down. If this is true, then the phone without the user’s desired bezel is likely to materialize. This reminds us of the ambition of mobile phone without Xiaomi Mi Mix bezel which turns out the screen is also vulnerable to cracking.
Two-sided curved design on the Galaxy S8 duo, has added a screen ratio of 83 percent larger. Although the screen is bigger, but the smartphone body is not so big bongsor so comfortable. What if the screen is curved on four sides? Samsung hopes the four-sided curved screen can add the screen ratio to at least 98 percent wider, or even more.
But this intention is not without obstacles. As reported by Android Authority of South Korea’s ETNews, Samsung Display and LG Display find technical problems in the process of screen lamination. This is what seems to be blocking the launch plan of the four-sided curved screen next year.
The lamination process itself is very important in the production of OLED display. The creation of protective screens, touch films, and other essential components, is included in this process. The problem, with the current lamination process, will make the four corners of the phone so useless. Because, these four corners can not respond to the user’s touch. Because, when the screen curved on all four sides, instead creating a blind spot in each corner.
Samsung Display originally called will use this four-sided curved screen for Apple. However, ETNews sources mention the problem of this lamination process that finally made Apple decided to order a flat OLED screen for iPhone 8.
For your information, Samsung has recently signed a two-year contract with Apple as a supplier of 92 million display panels for the 10th generation iPhone. The plan iPhone will be released September this year. The source also called Samsung and Apple will jointly face the problem of lamination process.
Meanwhile, LG Display is currently a supplier of Xiaomi Mi Note 2 with a curved screen. That is why they also want to solve this lamination process problem.