The Galaxy S22 Ultra came as very beautiful phone with a nicely curved screen that looks great to the eye. In as much as it may look stunning, not everyone is a fan of curved diaplays. A new render that has popped up shows that the South Korean tech company may address this issue. The Renders show a flat display on the Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra instead of the curved that everyone is used to.
The Flat Screen of The Galaxy S23 Could Solve A Stylus Problem
To address this, the South Korean tech company may have to begin adopting a flat panel screens. The Galaxy S22 Ultra already has a boxy design and the Curved display hides that a bit. This simply mean using a flat display on the Galaxy S23 is only going to reveal more of its boxy shape.
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The Galaxy S23 Could Also Feature Flat Side Design
We have also heard of rumors claiming the the phone will have flat sides. A well known Tipster who goes by the name Ahmed Quaider has also suggested that the Galaxy S23 Ultra will feature a flat display. He also shared renders that was created by Technizo Concept on social media to give us a taste of how the upcoming smartphone will look.
Quaider stated that the Galaxy S23 Ultra will not have a curve as sharp as what we have on the S22 Ultra. If this turns out to be true, it would be just enough to solve the S-Pen problem.
Even though previous rumors had claimed that the phone would come in black, green, beige and pink. Quaider has said that the phone will rather come in black, green, cream and lavender.
Many social media followers have also slammed these renders claiming that the square design would not feel good in the palm. I personally don’t agree to such claims because the sides do not look as sharp as the iPhone 14 series. Yet still, a lot of users enjoy using it without complaints.
Even if such renders do not depict exactly how the Galaxy S23 Ultra may look, flat displays may definitely come to life. This is because the current flagship models are not doing as well as how Samsung anticipated. So it will only make sense that the company takes users complains into consideration and do the needful in order to sell more.
Source / Via : PhoneArena