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Samsung Galaxy Z (2018) – Meet The Next Flagship Of Samsung
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Posted on: December 28th 2017   34 Pageviews
Since Xiaomi popularized smartphones with the screen without frames, the truth is that the concept of the phone with ...
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Since Xiaomi popularized smartphones with the screen without frames, the truth is that the concept of the phone with the screen without frames is no such thing. Although the aspect ratio of the screen has drastically reduced the display frame, there is no phone on the market that does not have bezels. The following video tries to show us what would be a hypothetical Samsung Galaxy Z designed with a screen that fully occupies 100% of the front.

Currently, only a few models have a screen ratio of 90% compared to the front of the equipment. However, the latest advances suggest that in the near future we will finally be able to see the first all-screen smartphones. Smartphones whose frontal is dominated from top to bottom by a display without frames, without real bezels. This is how they imagine a hypothetical Samsung Galaxy Z and this video shows us an advance of its conceptual design.

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