Galaxy S9: First notes on the display dipped

Galaxy S8 Pirates of the CaribbeanGalaxy S9 Display – With the Samsung Galaxy S8 (Plus), the manufacturer launched a smartphone, which stands out due to the unusual “Infinity” display and the presentation format 18.5: 9 clearly from the competition. In addition, the display edges are very narrow, both at the side and at the top and at the bottom. According to reports Samsung wants to use its “Infinity” display also in the upcoming Galaxy S9.

Galaxy S9 again with infinity display

Samsung launched the Galaxy S8 (Plus) a new screen design, which the manufacturer calls “Infinity” display. Not only the almost borderless display shows optically much, but the display format 18.5: 9 also makes the whole smartphone practically lengthy.

Also for the upcoming Galaxy S9 (Plus), Samsung, according to reports, will use the same display. According to The Investor, there will be few surprises.

Development has already begun

According to the report, the Galaxy S9 will have a 5.8 inch display and the Galaxy S9 Plus a 6.2 inch display. So the Galaxy S9 differs, at least as far as the display size, not from the predecessor. Supposedly Samsung has begun with the development of the Galaxy S9 months ago. A release is expected in spring 2018.

According to The Korea Herald, the Group subsidiary Samsung Display will manufacture the displays, corresponding specifications have already been passed on. Whether Samsung is the criticism of the impractically placed fingerprint sensor on the back next to the Galaxy S8 camera to heart and this changes with the Galaxy S9, can only be hoped. A rumor says the manufacturer is installing an on-screen fingerprint sensor. It is possible that the South Korean manufacturer announces some news about the Galaxy S9 already at the launch of the Phablet Galaxy Note 8 in August.



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