Huawei, Vivo and Xiaomi would incorporate the curved screen of the Galaxy S7 ...

Huawei, Vivo and Xiaomi would incorporate the curved screen of the Galaxy S7 …

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The curved screen of the Samsung Gaalxy S7 Edge is one of its most attractive points, so it is not surprising that some manufacturers want to copy it … Huawei, Vivo and Xiaomi would incorporate the curved screen of the Galaxy S7 Edge, according to the latest rumors circulating in the net.

And it is that the rumors in the mobile world do not stop after MWC 2016, and even according to a report by ET News it seems that Samsung’s AMOLED double edge or Dual Edge screens would begin to be a trend in terms of design for the rest of the developer firms, at least Huawei, Vivo and Xiaomi are already thinking about it.

The media pointed out that these three companies have planned to incorporate the screen of the Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge in their next mobiles to be announced this year. In fact, in the Vivo case, the news would already be confirmed with the announcement of the arrival of its Xplay 5 model, something that would be confirmed with a filtered image about the appearance of this new smartphone that will have the samsung curved screen.

As for the other Asian manufacturers, according to what is collected in this report, they would have already agreed with the South Korean giant on the presence of these screens, since Samsung seeks to diversify the manufacturers of these panels, in order to make their mass production profitable and alleviate lower income from the sale of smartphones.

This agreement would be confirming the rumors that the company has firm intentions to become a great supplier for other firms, from processing chip to Samsung’s curved screens we could see many mobile phones soon.

However, these curved screens are not exclusive to Samsung, we have seen them in the BlackBerry Priv that also have these AMOLED screens, it is already a fact that the type of screen will be more common than thought a while ago, because it has a market captive. In fact, it had already been rumored that Samsung could be producing the panels for the next iPhone, something that we can only confirm after March 21, when Cupertino holds its 2016 launch event.