t a sluggish start 2017 you have been forgiven for assuming smartphone innovation had died, with a lot of phones looking a similar and doing the exact same things, changing little in the year before.
But by the end of 2017 2 things were clear: manufacturers found it necessary to go all-screen or go home, and artificial intelligence had finally made its way into the cell phone, not just for feeding all you believed to a web server somewhere covering the horizon.
The Samsung Galaxy S8 introduced the latest minimal bezel design in April, shrinking the non-screen aspects of entry down to the lowest as a consequence locating a bigger screen inside same sized smartphone.
It was clearly the longer term. Even Apple agreed, launching the iPhone X in November.
While there are plenty of upsides on the so-called “bezel-less” smartphone design, increased fragility is just not one particular. As drop tests from the iPhone X showed, an all-screen design as well as ground will not mix.
Despite these worries, the elongated screens with ratios around 18:9, rather than the regular 16:9 widescreen ratio of phone screens and TVs before, are hoped for to extendto the heart ranges in 2018