Samsung has been amazing with revolutionizing display screen technology thanks to its OLED panels that can easily be manipulated into something as magnificent as the Galaxy S7 Edge.
The company went into curved edge screens for the first time with the release of 2014’s Samsung Galaxy Note Edge. Apart from simply being big, there was really nothing much the curved edges brought to the Note Edge. However, a few months later, the South Korean tech giant followed this pilot program with something a lot better in the shape of Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge and later on Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge+.
Ever since then, rumors have been rife that Apple, the closest rival Samsung has in the smartphone industry, will turn to the latter for OLED panels with respect to its 2017 iPhone 7S and 7S Plus. This move is thought to be aimed at coming in with iPhone displays that utilize the malleable OLED panels, something that has left us pondering on what Apple might be having in mind for 2017’s iPhone flagships.
Apple went ahead and released a 9.7-inch iPad Pro that has what pundits have described as one of the best, it not the best display screens Apple has come in with over the past few years. With this in mind, some reports have come in suggesting that the company might think otherwise, however, all of these, including the possible deal between Apple and Samsung over OLED panels, are based on rumors and speculations.
Speaking of speculations, there are even more coming in just now. According to the Irish Examiner, we might soon see a new Huawei Mate Edge that takes full advantage of Samsung’s dual edge display technology. There isn’t much information available about this upcoming Mate Edge smartphone apart from the fact that it will be powered by the company’s HiSilicon Kirin 950 chipset and pack a massive RAM of 4GB, just like the rest of 2016’s smartphone flagships.
As far as the release date is concerned, the Huawei Mate Edge will reportedly come out in September this year, with a possible appearance at the IFA 2016 on the cards.
Since this is a mere rumor, take things with a grain of salt. However, we will follow up the story and keep you updated regarding the possibility of a dual edge Huawei Mate Edge.