Samsung Galaxy S8 Rolled OutWhile Samsung is already working on technology that may be for the Galaxy S9, customers are still focused on getting the most out of the recently launched Galaxy S8.
Will the next Samsung Galaxy smartphone feature the new screen?
Such a display will be a further improvement on the screen of the company’s recently released flagship smartphone, the Galaxy S8.
Samsung Working On Screen That Curves On Four SidesThe report, published by South Korea’s ETNews, states that Samsung Display and LG Display are working together for the project to create a truly bezel-less display for smartphones.
AdvertisementA new report from South Korea claims that Samsung is working on a smartphone display that will be curved not just at the sides, but also at the top and bottom.
Samsung Galaxy S8 starter guide: 8 tips for your new phone
This should be enabled by default, but you can go to Settings, Display, Edge Screen, Edge Panels to see all of the available options and configurations.
Go to Settings, Display, and Edge Screen, then toggle the Edge lighting feature to turn them on.
The switch for this is under Settings, Display, Screen zoom and font.
But for some reason these features are disabled out of the box, so you have to dig into the settings app to enable them.
You can find this option in the Settings app under Display and Navigation Bar.
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From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Samsung Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8+ are Android smartphones produced by Samsung Electronics as part of the Samsung Galaxy S series.
Sales [ edit ]The Samsung Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8+ broke pre-order records in South Korea, with more than 720,000 units booked in one week, a notable increase from the 100,000 units of the Galaxy S7 and 200,000 units of the Note 7.
The Galaxy S8 and S8+ were officially unveiled on 29 March 2017, with pre-orders beginning 30 March and official U.S. release on 21 April 2017.
Specifications [ edit ]Hardware [ edit ]The Galaxy S8 and S8+ both feature 1440p Super AMOLED displays, with an 18.5:9 aspect ratio taller than the 16:9 ratio used by the majority of smartphones; the S8 has a 5.8-inch panel, while the S8+ uses a larger 6.2-inch panel.
 On 24 April 2017, Samsung announced that sales of the Galaxy S8 was its “best ever”.
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