iPhone-SE-killer? Samsung shows Apple how to do it properly

Despite 5.8-inch display, the Galaxy can S8 amazingly convenient to operate with one hand. The secret lies in the elongate 18.5: 9 aspect ratio of the screen. But how comfortable would only be a smartphone that combines the new format with a display less than 5 inches? In a few months we could get the answer from Samsung - and the iPhone SE a worthy challenger. 

iPhone-SE-killer? Samsung shows Apple how to do it properly

Supposedly, it reports the colleagues of SamMobile, the South Korean company is working on a smartphone with a screen size of less than 5 inches. The special feature: Again, to Samsung's so-called "Infinity Display" are used. How S8 Plus today also the Galaxy and Galaxy S8 the device so an elongated 18.5: 9 format possess and only minimal screen edges - a real flatterer so.

As the "big brother" to make, you see, meanwhile here:

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The question arises to what it could be Samsung's next smartphone? Hottest candidate is at the present time probably the Galaxy A3 (2018). In August the first rumors have arisen, which Samsung could obstruct with his middle-class series a "Infinity Display". By comparison, the Galaxy A3 (2017), has a 4.7-inch display and remains below the magic limit of 5 inches. A potential successor could put in the same screen size.

Price the well-equipped predecessor from 210 euros is to have:

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Worthy challenger for iPhone SE?

A major problem, however: According to "Ice Universe", the anonymous tipster to which SamMobile relies, is not yet clear whether Samsung's Mini smartphone with "Infinity Display" actually comes to market. To wish it would be - after all crave more than a few users for years for a smartphone that brings an even reasonably large display despite its compact external dimensions. Nice side effect for Samsung: The market leader would have a worthy challenger for the very popular iPhone SE.

Source: Weibo via SamMobile

 

14.11.2017

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