At the recently held SID display screen week 2016, Samsung showcased the 4K UHD display screens for VR and mobile phones. Samsung created an innovation called Bio Blue which reduces the blue light levels up to 6% which earlier screens can just minimize up to 32%. The 5.5-inch 4K BioBlue Display screen is previously reported to be utilized for upcoming Galaxy Note 7. However, the most recent report recommends that Galaxy S8 that will be introduced in 2017 which will feature 5.5-inch 4K BioBlue display screen.
Samsung Will Introduced 4K BioBlue Display:
The mass production of the 4K display screen is said to start within the next couple of months. It uses the AMOLED screen with the resolution of 2840 x 2160 pixels and with a pixel density of 806ppi. With a 4K display screen, the device can be utilized for seeing the material in virtual reality through Gear VR. According to UBI Research, Samsung has improved its display screen resolution in every two years. The Galaxy S4 and S5 featured a Full HD display screen and the Galaxy S6, and S7 included Quad HD resolution screen.
If the reports are considered, the company will also reveal its first foldable device in early 2017. Just recently Lenovo had showcased the bendable Plus mobile phone and foldable Folio tablet at the Lenovo Tech World 2016. While both the devices aren’t entirely established yet, the company states that by the end of this year they will make the Plus and Folio thoroughly practical for use. Even LG is also dealing with foldable display screen while Sony is said to launch the Xperia X Premium with a 4K HDR screen.
The Xperia Z5 Premium revealed at the IFA 2015 Berlin is the world’s first mobile phone to feature 4k resolution screen. During the upcoming Galaxy Note, 7 will be powered by the Snapdragon 823 chipset together with 6GB of RAM, the Galaxy S8 may feature the same 6GB of RAM. The IRIS scanner will also be included on both the devices apart from the fingerprint sensing unit for extra security.
To sum up, the Galaxy S8 will have 5.5-inch 4K BioBlue display screen, that will have the blue light levels reduced up to 6% which earlier screens can just minimize up to 32%.