SAMSUNG INTRODUCED THE GALAXY ROUND, THE FIRST CURVED SCREEN PHONE
Samsung has already presented its first smartphone with curved screen just hours after its existence was leaked.
Samsung has decided to make his first official curved screen phone just hours after it was leaked its more than likely existence. Thus, already born the new Samsung Galaxy Round, a terminal that will be sold initially in his native South Korea.
With respect to its main feature and novelty, display, it must be emphasized that this is a component of 5.7 inches, made of OLED technology and equipped Full HD (1920×1080 pixels). Not lost its curved shape of the panel, which supposedly also enjoys some flexibility.
Little has said the South Korean firm about this feature, although it has announced that results in a much more ergonomic design allows better fit the hand when holding it. And one of its most striking features is the Effect Roll call, through which to view the basic information terminal toppling sideways.
Specifications premium range
That said, it is important to emphasize that land with a thickness of 7.9 millimeters and weighing less than the Samsung Galaxy Note, being 154 grams. Yes, your battery will have a capacity less than that of Note 3, as it will have 2,800 mAh (compared to 3,200 of the above phablet). As for other specifications, it is estimated that it can integrate a processor 800 quad-core Snapdragon at 2.3GHz and 3GB RAM, although unofficial data for now. Obviously, also is expected to arrive with Android 4.3, with a 13 megapixel camera and LTE-Advanced connectivity . However, note that this new Galaxy Round is available in South Korea starting today for a price close to $ 1,000.
That said, pagareis you this fortune for a terminal with a curved screen (not flexible a prior)? The truth is that this feature can run on TVs for surround effect, but does not seem so justified his presence on the screen of a smartphone will have to see how it is possible to exploit this feature, but for now I think a simple half and innovation launched by the simple need to be progressed in the race with Apple.