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Apple reportedly sees the iPhones of the (distant) future as curved "gradually from top to bottom", while supporting various non-touch gesture controls.
Forget futuristic smartphones with bendable, foldable or rollable displays, and try to imagine one sporting an entirely stretchable OLED screen.
Much speculation has gone into what kind of screen the Pixel 2 will have - flat, or soemthing more fun? We look at the possibilities here.
It's no longer a big secret that Samsung will single-handedly supply OLED screens for Apple's premium iPhone 8, with subtle curves likely in tow.
Huawei's CEO is reported to have said that the upcoming spring flagship will come in two sizes and two shapes. Of course, we expect two cameras on the back.
One official reposted a rumor that stated that his company would release a revised version of the phone — one that's all flat.
These computer-aided design renders have all of what you might expect of the Galaxy Note 7 at this point. An iris scanner, a double-curved screen...
It may be time to take rumors of a curved-screen Note seriously. The Galaxy Note 7 edge may have a serial number at Samsung and an import listing shows it.
Prior leaks have come to clash with controversy and haterade to boot. Another version of the Meizu PRO 6 may become the Meizu PRO 7.
We're talking about a curved screen. And no, it's not going to be like Samsung's. That's what a Chinese mobile phone analyst is looking into.
We’re hitting a point in mobile technology where flagship smartphones seemingly need to come in pairs; where manufacturers have foregone the idea of a “one size fits all” device, instead focusing on making two different sizes for two different kinds of people. The regular user, the one that’s perfectly content sacrificing some minor specifications in exchange for a phone that fits perfectly in their hand … and the power user that demands every last spec, every inch of screen that can be crammed into their smartphone of choice.
Earlier this year, the Galaxy S6 edge made [...]
OEMs are trying to find their place in this landscape. Some are more successful at this than others. But the one thing that many of these OEMs have in common is the fact that they’re all looking for that one magic bullet. That one thing that really sets them apart from others. Sometimes it’s building materials. Sometimes it’s software. Today, we’re talking about one such magic bullet – the curved screen phenomenon that we’ve seen of late.
Curved screens have been somewhat elusive until recently for two real reasons. First, finding a durable material that could work being bent in [...]
LG makes some wonderful products, but one feature stands out from the rest. A curved LG G4 makes a lot of sense, but there are challenges to overcome.