You will see more edge smartphones in future since Samsung will spread their display tech to other Original Equipment Manufacturers (or OEMs)…

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Samsung’s plan for 2016: Spreading its curved display tech to Chinese OEMs like Xiaomi, Huawei and…

Though Samsung Galaxy smartphones are quite highly evaluated, they still have to try their best to compete with other brands. However, you would also agree with us that Samsung does own one thing that helps them stand out in the mobile world: edge devices. Since 2014 when the company first introduced their Galaxy Note edge, Samsung has been making handsets with curved displays. And as we know, the latest one is Samsung Galaxy S7 edge launched at MWC 2016 last month.

No one can deny that the S7 edge is completely gorgeous in terms of design and specifications. But, if there is just one or two Samsung edge models debuting per year, it seems like consumers do not have various choices, rite?! Nonetheless, you do not need to worry much about that from now on because according to recent news, Samsung will be supplying their dual edge display tech to OEMs like Xiaomi, Huawei and Vivo.

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Speaking more specifically, a report from ET News (via The Droid Guy) informs people that Samsung has been in talks with those Chinese manufacturers. And if what we’ve heard so far really comes true, we totally can look forward to Xiaomi, Huawei and more Vivo’s edge machines next year.

But, didn’t we have the curved Vivo Xplay 5 and BlackBerry Priv?

Actually, previously we got BlackBerry Priv and lately the new Vivo Xplay 5 sporting curved screens yet no edge features like the Samsung Galaxy S7 edge. They are said to be more for form and looks rather than function. Anyway, that’s a good start, after all, huh?! Share with us what you think about this new plan of Samsung!

 

[Source:- Pricepony]