Samsung, LG Set to Bring Full-Screen, Sound Emitting Smartphones Next Year

Joanna Estrada
June 14, 2018

Not because they don't want to roll with a notch - they don't seem to have a big issue with that. The display technology is able to emit sound on its own the need for a standalone speaker like what you see in basically every phone on the market. That'll be weird to experience, no matter how you cut it.

To be fair, it looks like we are still many months away from a possible Galaxy X release, and the USA pricing could be quite different than what Samsung may charge overseas.

ABOVE: Vis EN.DB, a prototype of Samsung Display's "Sound Display" technology, photographed at SID 2018 Display Week exhibition.

The news, confirmed by reliable Samsung leakster Ice universe, ends months of speculation into the device's battery size. For the past few weeks we've been hearing more about the coming Gear S4, and today two new leaks give even more insight. Brown, on the other hand, is an entirely new option for Samsung.

LG will get in on the mix as well, if this report is to be believed. That might be about to change, though; a new Samsung fast wireless charger has just passed through the FCC, and it's a lot more powerful than the current ones. The process can not be reversed even if you were to undo all the changes you made to your device and you won't be able to use features such as Samsung Pay and Secure Folder anymore.

Samsung demoed a concept similar to what's on the Vivo NEX that would allow the Galaxy S10 to completely do away with an earpiece on the front of the phone, creating a almost entirely bezel-less phone. The transmission bandwidth of the panel is reported to come between the 100 ~ 8000Hz range.

The woman, who has asked to remain anonymous, was driving around 10pm on May 21 with both her Samsung Galaxy S4 and Galaxy S8 placed in the car's cup holder.

You know what that means, right?

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