Huawei is the first smartphone brand that successfully installed a quad curved edge display on a smartphone. The first phone that came with such display technology was – Huawei P40 Pro and P40 Pro+. The display still kicking great viewing quality after 2 years of the launch.
However, a well-known tipster has revealed some interesting facts about Samsung’s 2023 (probably) flagship smartphone – Galaxy S23. Tipster – IceUniverse suggests that Samsung Galaxy S23 could come with a quad curved display similar to Huawei P40 Pro.
This news will be surprising to development to witness but the South Korean company has not revealed such information for the consumers at the moment via any official channels.
More interestingly, the tipster further said that Samsung has achieved the ability to mass-produce displays for an equal width on all four sides. So, why is it interesting?
Huawei has made the most successful quad curved smartphone display but it’s not equally curved on all four edges. For example, the screen on the P40 Pro is curved less on the top and bottom side of the phone as compared to left and right. And since Samsung has its own display production, the company could surely pull something good for its devices.
I just learned that Samsung Display does have the ability to mass produce four sided equal width Quad curved screen.
— Ice universe (@UniverseIce) February 3, 2022
Currently, Samsung is preparing to launch its new flagship – Galaxy S22 series in the global market. The South Korean company is seemingly not planning to use a quad curve screen on this smartphone instead the dual curve (left and right) is highly preferred for this device.
The display used on Huawei P40 Pro is the best in class but if we can see Samsung Galaxy S23 with a new quad curve panel, then it would surely trigger a great enthusiasm of technology lovers.