Samsung has been under fire in the past few days, after the company decided to conduct a global recall of its latest flagship, the Galaxy Note 7. Reports of Note 7 smartphones catching fire while charging continue to surface, but if the company plays its cards right, it might make up for losses with the upcoming flagship.
A report from Korea Herald shows that Samsung is considering ditching its flat screen for the Galaxy S8, said to be unveiled in February next year. This would mean that the Galaxy S8 would only come in a dual-edge screen variant, just like the Note 7.
The report also says that Samsung has already started securing display panels in two sizes: 5.1 inches and 5.5 inches. The screen supplier is Samsung Display, the only manufacturer of double-edge screens.
The dual-curved screen was featured on two models in the Galaxy S series
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