Citing unnamed sources in the mobile industry, a new report surfaces by The Investor that Samsung's upcoming flagship smartphone, the Galaxy S9, will use the same screen size and shape as the current model.
The report said that Samsung Electronics recently informed its display-making unit, Samsung Display, of the display specifications of the rumored Galaxy S9 device, which the Korean tech giant plans to unveil in spring next year.
Therefore, it looks like Samsung has no plans to increase the size, nor to modify the shape of the display screen of Galaxy S9, which will have the same 5.8-inch display that we find in the Galaxy S8 model.
Of course, there will also be a Galaxy S9+ variant that will have a bigger, 6.2-inch screen. The report also says that Samsung's so-called "infinite" shape will also be available on next year's Galaxy S9 flagship smartphones.
We have to say that we reached a level where we can't expect to see bigger phones, but innovative technologies, like on-screen fingerprint scanning, which Samsung is rumored to attempt to implement in the Galaxy S9.
Galaxy S8 has no home button, something the Apple also plans to introduce in the iPhone 8 later this year, but due to technical problems, Samsung wasn't able to implement this cool features in its current flagship.
We also expect to see better batteries in next year's flagship devices, not bigger screens. It also looks like Samsung plans to use the same screen size of the upcoming Galaxy Note 8 that the company will unveil on August 23, for the Galaxy Note 9.
So for its next flagship phones, Samsung won't take too many risks, the report said, as the Korean electronics manufactured is already ahead of the competition, for which it now wants to produce chips, again.