By Richard Dunn
Galaxy S8 edge is the new hot topic in the Android world each day there are new reports regarding it developments pop up in the market. The latest new report that’s come to notice is Galaxy S8 edge releasing in twin edge screen. The whole point of view Samsung going for the twin edge screen for new Galaxy S8 edge raises so, many interesting questions from consumer view. At first, it will no longer mean edge it will be a new smartphone altogether regarding curved look which will be an S8 edge and S8 plus.
The bigger question will be how edgy these edge screens are going to be. There is a big difference between curvy Galaxy S7 edge and slightly box-shaped Note 7. Samsung Galaxy S7 has much tighter curves in comparison to Note 7 as it is far less visible at a distance. So there might be any possible combination currently Samsung is working on.
The Android market is full of surprises it’s hard to differentiate in the high-end space. Samsung has experimented, and found success with its curved Super AMOLED panels and now is in a good position to offer one of the most eye-catching smartphones design features of Galaxy S8 edge.
At the first launch of Galaxy S6, Edge users didn’t buy the phone just because they get to swipe some apps from sides a bit more quickly, or they wanted measure stuff. It was purely by looks it the sales took place in the market. Samsung made a smart move by making it look cooler in a way no phone could resemble, and that caught everyone’s attention.
A positive outcome from the Android users with the success of S6 Edge took Samsung by surprise and with such a response it took center stage by offering S7 edge this year. The promotions listed Galaxy S7 edge in comparison to S7 with the flat smartphone consistently by playing the second choice to its larger sibling in the Android market. The product was well executed, and S7 edge rose to popular choice with its edgy look and redefined the edge series outcome.
Now it’s also been rumored that the Galaxy S8 edge could lead to one step further with the 4k display, this will be a huge bet by Samsung on the future of VR gear. The latest jump to ultra HD resolutions will carry its challenges regarding performance and battery life of the smartphone. Samsung can also opt to follow Sony’s lead of only allowing the true 4k mode to a handful of apps.
Samsung Galaxy S8 edge will be a show stopper as it’s packed with rumors of twin edge screen and ultra HD resolution which will be a jump in pixel density. Samsung will be a game changer in coming months after the launch of iPhone 7; Samsung will bounce with the principal features to dominate the Android market. For now, the rumors sounds too good to be true, but it’s a long way ahead until there is some leaks or official announcements made by Samsung.