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Samsung Galaxy Round Officially Announced in Korea – Specs, Official Photos

 The curved displays have been amongst one of the hot topics for the entire year, ever since they were showcased during the CES 2013 in January, but the practical implementation does take time, and finally we are getting to hear that Samsung would be the first one to come up with the curved display, which is not the OLED completely flexible display which many might be expecting. The name that this curved display device would carry, is the Samsung Galaxy Round, which would have the flexible panels at the edges where there’s a display stretching till the edges along the curved panel.We were expecting this to come any time this week, and Samsung is quite quick with their announcements, as they have already announced the 

 Samsung Galaxy Round curved display Android device in Korea and it looks no different than the Galaxy Note 3, except the concave-shaping to the display which looks neat. This comes with the world’s first full HD  flexible display, and the back cover is the same stitched faux leather used in the Galaxy note 3One of the features that Samsung Tomorrow could check, is the Roll Effect where the phone when rotated a little to one side would display the battery information and the call, message notification with the unattended call or unread message count on the same screen. It’s the 5.7-inch Full HD display and the device weighs 154gm. The color in which the device would be available for now, is Luxury Brown and the other colors 

would be available soon. We haven’t got to know the other internal details but it would be out soon.
All photo: samsung tomorow


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