Samsung Galaxy S8 Exact Stunning Display Resolution Finally Revealed
The Samsung Galaxy S8 is going to be a huge deal for the Korean manufacturer. Flagship releases are, of course, always a big deal, in the sense that this is where the bulk of a company's sales and profits come from for the subsequent 12 months. Moreover, following the disaster that was the Galaxy Note 7 "explosion gave" fiasco, Samsung needs the Galaxy S8 to be a great success if only to make up for the big hold it put in its finances.
Samsung Galaxy S8 Stunning Display Resolution
Just the recent Galaxy S8 biggest leak revealed that the smartphone will feature an 18.5:9 aspect ratio. The exact resolution also has now been unveiled, courtesy of a new leak out of China. According to a source, both the upcoming Galaxy S8 models are said to feature 1440 x 2960 resolution Super AMOLED display. The smaller model with its 5.8-inch display will have a pixel density of around 567 pixels per inch, while the 6.2-inch model will come with a pixel density of around 531 pixels per inch.
Rival LG's G6 flagship is believed to have a 1440 x 2880 resolution display that measures 5.7-inches diagonally, so Samsung will have a slight edge in terms of resolution. Although the G6 will have a slightly smaller display than the 5.8-inch Galaxy S8, it will only have a pixel density of 565 pixels per inch.
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Just recently, notable leaker Evan Blass unveiled what are the first real images of the rumored Samsung Galaxy S8. From the images, it is accurate that the company is going Edge screen with the standard S8. The images also sport the curved rear part of the phone that is made of glass, an indicator that the smartphone will be made of glass all through, just like previous speculations had pointed out.
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