This is probably one of the most iconic Samsung phones of the last decade. It was the first Galaxy phone to feature a curved edge display, the first phone to have a dual-camera setup, and the first phone to feature a 5.5-inch LCD display.
The curved edge display on the Galaxy Note II was a big deal because it was the first phone to be able to turn any display into a curved edge, and Samsung made it a priority to include this feature on all of their smartphones. However, the Galaxy Note II was also the first phone to have a curved edge display on the back. Unfortunately, Samsung’s biggest nemesis, the iPhone, didn’t have a curved edge display until the iPhone 4 was released.
Because Samsung decided to make the Galaxy Note II the first curved edge display phone, it took quite a while for the phone to catch on. It took a while because the curved edge display was a niche feature only available on phones. Now that curved edge displays are commonplace, it makes sense for Samsung to make the Galaxy NEX S the first phone to sport this feature.
Well, Samsung isnt exactly the first company to come up with a curved, edge-to-edge screen. LG went one better by actually making the curved edge display the phone company’s standard feature. Apple’s first curved edge display phone is the iPhone 5s. Samsung’s Galaxy Note is the first Samsung phone with curved edge display.
Although the curved edge display is not as commonplace as iPhone 5s or Samsung Galaxy Note, the phones do tend to be the first to get the feature. The fact that the curved edge display on Samsung phones is the first to be used with a phone that was released in 2010 may be the best possible reason to include the feature. The other reason is that the curved edge display is almost always the phone for those people who want the best screen in the world.
Samsung had a few phones that sported curved edges in the past including the N97, N96, and N85, but none of these phones were very well received. The N95 was the first Galaxy smartphone to have a curved edge display, but it was a very small curved edge display. The reason the curved edge display is so popular, however, is because of the many Samsung fans who have a penchant for the curved edge display.
The curved edge display (sometimes referred to as the “Magic Edge” display) is what we’ve all been waiting for. The N95 is Samsung’s first Galaxy smartphone with a curved edge display, and the first Samsung phone to sport a curved edge display, the 5.7-inch curved display of the N95 is a great example of what the curved edge display can do.
Samsung has already brought the curved edge display to market with the Galaxy S4 (the curved edge display on the S4 is only 7.3mm thick), but it has since been put to use on a number of flagship Samsung phones such as the Galaxy S5, Galaxy S6, and Galaxy Note 4. These curved edge displays are also great for use as a projector display.
The curved edge display is a really cool feature to have, but what it can do with the Galaxy S5 is pretty amazing. The Galaxy S5 is one of the more iconic Samsung phones, and is arguably the best-selling smartphone in the world. With the Galaxy S5, Samsung has created something truly special that you just can not get anywhere else, the curved edge display.
The curved edge display is a really cool feature to have, but what it can do with the Galaxy S5 is pretty amazing. The curved edge display is a really cool feature to have, but what it can do with the Galaxy S5 is pretty amazing. The Galaxy S5 is one of the more iconic Samsung phones, and is arguably the best-selling smartphone in the world.