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Samsung talks about the evolution of display on its mobile phones

Samsung has been in the mobile phone business for a very long time. Back in 1988 the company released its first analog mobile phone, the SH-100, which was not that different from other mobile phones at that time. In 1994 came the SH-770, the first Samsung device to have a 3-lined display, with sections dedicated for icons, numbers and menus. It was a big step up and since then Samsung has continued to take monumental strides in display technology. The company has published a new infographic online which shows just how rapidly its display technology has evolved over the years, highlighting its most recent achievement in the process, the 5.1-inch Quad HD dual curved edge display on the Galaxy S6 edge.

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stanry77
stanry77

Hi Samsung, this time I have to applaud you for making such a bold move to make a difference. Do not disappoint your dedicated fan or whoever would like to jump ship from another brand or for the upgrade. Please set priority to make popular color such as Gold version to be available at launch. Let not make your fan get wait. Just like Apple, they make Gold available at launch and it turns out very successful. Samsung has done right to choose 14nm processor, LPDDR4 memory, Curve design of the phone, Thin enough profile and Samsung Pay. That already… Read more »

dark0045
dark0045

ur tech so f*kng amazing but ur frimware support sux 😀

johny jackson
johny jackson

Calibration is also needed.

lyeshmed
lyeshmed

The question is what’s the difference between S5 LTE-A and S6 in terms of display ???

ironbat
ironbat

colours look more natural. minor tweeks like contrast and stuff

andyshannon3
andyshannon3

whoops, mess up, the S5 doesnt have a quad HD display….

legacik
legacik

first quad HD display was in korean S5 LTE-A 🙂

andyshannon3
andyshannon3

was that announced in April 2014? Nope, the S5 LTE-A was announced in June 2014, so it is definitely a mess up.

legacik
legacik

you’re right, so only date is wrong. (: