- Aug 3, 2021
Samsung for long now has been working on bezel-less 18:9 “Infinity Display” to its mid-range Galaxy A series. Samsung announced its Infinity-U (droplet screen), Infinity-V (V-groove) and Infinity-O (screen boring) in addition to the folding screen Infinity Flex at the SDC Developers Conference.
As the breaking news enthralls users by VenyaGeskin1 in a tweet that the new edition of Galaxy A series will be equipped with Infinity series screens will be launched in February next year, which is the Galaxy A70/A90.
The Infinity Display is the signature design which is meant to have virtually bezel-less screens that were first introduced on the Galaxy S8 and S8+. Its large screen and curved sides create an exceeding immersive viewing experience because it covers nearly the entire front of the phone as it stretches from one edge to the other.
It is designed in a way so that the curves meet the back, forming a fluid, symmetrical shape that comfortably fits your hand. The 18.5:9 aspect ratios give you more space to see more of an article or your social media feed. The landscape mode provides an incredible wide viewing area that makes movies, TV shows, and games that much more engaging.
The company’s newest flagship Galaxy Note 8 also sports the same aspect ratio and “Infinity Display”. According to sources the upcoming device is being tested with Android 7.1.1 Nougat onboard. The new edition is expected to hit the market early next year.