Samsung Galaxy S8 Display resolution confirmed in leaked

Samsung logoAt the moment it is more or less a safe bet that smartphones in this day and age of the flagship variety will typically pack a QHD display. You might have thought that maybe we are moving into 4K territory, but that hasn’t really happened yet save for a couple of phones here and there, and it seems that Samsung isn’t making the jump either.

In fact for the most part many are assuming that we can expect a QHD resolution, and thanks to a recent tweet by @UniverseIce, it shows an alleged photo of the Galaxy S8’s display in which it shows off the Settings menu where users will get to choose the display resolution that they want to set for their phone.

Samsung Galaxy S8 Display resolution confirmed in leaked

As you can see, there will be three options for users to choose from: HD+ which has a resolution of 1480×720; FHD+ which is at 2220×1080; and last but not least is QHD+ which is set at 2960×1440, which after conversion is more or less the same display aspect ratio of that of the LG G6’s 18:9.

The decision to allow users to adjust their resolutions is a good one as it can help with battery life, and besides not everyone sees the need for the content on their smartphones to be super razor sharp anyway. In any case we should have the official details on the 29th of March, so check back with us then for the details.

Source: Ubergizmo

Tags: Galaxy S8, Samsung, smartphones

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