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Samsung to Release World's First Whole-Display (bezelless) Phone


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   The release of the world 's first smartphone with whole display installed is imminent. According to related industry officials on the 10th, Samsung Electronics will show Galaxy A8s in Beijing, China at 4:00 pm on this day. Samsung Electronics plans to broadcast live events through the Samsung Electronics website in China.

   The most prominent feature of the Galaxy A8s is the 'Infinity O' display. Infiniti O is one of several display designs released at the Samsung Developers Conference (SDC) last month, with holes for self-cameras in the upper left corner. Before Samsung Galaxy A8s unveiled, the company also pre-screened detailed photos on the Wafer. The diameter of the hole for the self-camera is known to be 6.7mm.

   Samsung Electronics invented Infiniti O to realize "bezel-less design" with minimal border and margin. It is expected to further enhance the user's immersion feeling than Apple's "Notch" display. Notch refers to the design with a pitted upper center.

   Besides, the Galaxy A8s have a screen size of 6.39 inches and an aspect ratio of 19.5 to 9. The brain is equipped with Qualcomm Snapdragon 710. Rear triple camera, single front camera. The triple camera consists of 24 million, 10 million, and 5 million pixel lenses. RAM and memory capacities are 6GB and 128GB, respectively. The battery capacity is about 3400 mAh, and it supports USB type C port and audio jack.

   Samsung Electronics will release the Galaxy A8s in China this month. It is a strategy to check the performance of high-end Chinese phones such as Huawei, Xiaomi and Oppo. Samsung Electronics is currently struggling with its share of 0 ~ 1% in China due to local manufacturers. However, China is the largest market for smartphones, so Samsung hesitates to withdraw. The domestic release date has not been decided yet. Meanwhile, Huawei plans to release Nova 4, a mid-range phone equipped with a whole display.

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