Report Says iPhone 8 Features Slightly Curved Edges

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The screen details of the 5.8-inch iPhone, which is commonly said to have a tip-to-edge OLED screen, are no longer clear. According to recent reports, the 5.8-inch iPhone’s screen will be 2.5D curved. Thus the left and right edges of the screen will have a slightly curved look.

A report posted yesterday mentions a smoother screen curve than a Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge, confirming that the premium iPhone’s screen will be curved this year. Now this report is verified by MacRumors and it means that the 5.8 inch iPhone will have a screen with a slightly curved edge instead of having a high-curved screen with edges.

With the fact that this year’s premium iPhone model screen will not be curved like the Galaxy S7 Edge’s display, it is possible to find out that the curvilinearity of the screen will not be as functional as Apple did in the S7 Edge. Already, from the very beginning, the company is planning to create a functional area at the bottom of the screen.

The screen details of the 5.8-inch iPhone, which is commonly said to have a tip-to-edge OLED screen, are no longer clear. According to recent reports, the 5.8-inch iPhone’s screen will be 2.5D curved. Thus the left and right edges of the screen will have a slightly curved look.

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A report posted yesterday mentions a smoother screen curve than a Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge, confirming that the premium iPhone’s screen will be curved this year. Now this report is verified by MacRumors and it means that the 5.8 inch iPhone will have a screen with a slightly curved edge instead of having a high-curved screen with edges.

With the fact that this year’s premium iPhone model screen will not be curved like the Galaxy S7 Edge’s display, it is possible to find out that the curvilinearity of the screen will not be as functional in the S7 Edge. Already, from the very beginning, the company is planning to create a functional area at the bottom of the screen.

(Source: MacRumors)

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