Although Samsung initiated the concept of curved-edge displays in smartphone, you can find them in several other devices today. If you feel that the curved edge display does not make a difference to the functionality of the devices, it does play a role in making the phones sleek. Today, users of smartphone devices do not prefer the minimalist approach as far as the aesthetics are concerned. Therefore, the steeper the curve, the better it is to overwhelm buyers.
The following are the ten best phones with dual curved edge displays.
1.Samsung Galaxy S10 and S 10 Plus
The Samsung Galaxy S 10 and S 10 Plus include AMOLED displays with QHD+ resolution. While the S10 stands at 6.1 inches, S 10 Plus measures 6.4 inches. If you consider the specifications of both devices, the chipset is similar; both include the same rear cameras, and the in-display fingerprint scanner.
Both the devices have headphone jacks and come with expandable storage. However, the S10 Plus model also packs in two cameras in the front, and has a larger battery, and 12 GB of RAM. The powerful specifications of Samsung Galaxy S 10 and S 10 Plus make them two of the best devices with dual curved edge displays. The buyers need to check the prices of both devices before purchasing them.
2.Moto Edge and Motorola Edge +
Both devices run with Snapdragon 765G and Snapdragon 865 respectively. Both have 6.7-inch displays in full HD and dual curved side edges, along with in-display camera. However, the Plus variant is HDR10+ complaint. The Edge + is a more powerful device with a 108Mp main camera and 6K recording and is twice more expensive than its counterpart.
3.Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Series
The Galaxy Note was the first in line with curved screens and it extends in Samsung Galaxy Note 10 and 10 Plus. While you can get a 6.8-inch QHD and AMOLED display or screen in Note 10 Plus, the Note 10 comes with a 6.3-inch QHD and AMOLED display. Additionally, the punch-hole cutout in the centre with a 10-MP selfie camera is common. The Note 10 runs on Snapdragon 855 posing under Exynos 9825, differing from region to region. Both devices come with S Pen, in-display fingerprint scanner, and IP68 rating for resistance to dust and water.
4.One Plus 7T Pro
The curved OLED display of One Plus 7T Pro is hard to miss with 6.7-inches and QHD+ resolution. It packs in the latest Snapdragon 855 processor with 12GB of RAM, along with in-display fingerprint sensor, three cameras at the back, and front-facing camera.
5.Huawei P30 Pro
The Huawei P30 Pro comes with 6.47-inch dual-curved OLED screen and full HD resolution, and the device is for shutterbugs. The four rear cameras of the devices can take excellent shots even in low light due to Night Mode. The device also includes several other features, such as in-display fingerprint scanner, 4200 mAh battery, Kirin 980 processor, IP68 rating for water and dust resistance, and 8GB RAM.
6.Xiaomi Mi Mix Alpha
The Xiaomi Mi Mix Alpha takes the concept of curved display to the pinnacle. While the AMOLED panel covers the back and the front, the device runs on Snapdragon 855 plus octa-core chipset, which teams with 12GB RAM.
7.ZTE Axon 10 Pro
The ZTE Axon Ten Pro is another of those devices with dual curved edge displays and several other features. As a flagship device, it packs in a Snapdragon 855 chipset, three rear cameras, 4K mAh battery, and a 6.47-inch OLED screen.
8.Nokia 8 Sirocco
You can hardly miss the curved edges of Nokia 8 Sirocco that taper to about 2mm in thickness. The phone also includes a 5.5-inch OLED panel, wireless charging, Snapdragon 835 chipset, and 12 GB RAM.
9.TLC 10 Pro
The TCL 10 Pro includes dual curved edge display within 6.47-inch AMOLED screen and Snapdragon 675 processor. Besides, the device also includes four quad cameras, 6GB RAM and 128GB of storage.
10.Vivo Nex 3S
The Vivo Nex 3S includes waterfall and curved edge display with a pop-up selfie camera. Powered by Snapdragon 865 octacore chipset, it also packs in a 64MP triple rear camera.
The final cut
Although Samsung still champions the curved edge displays, other manufacturers are to follow suit. However more mid-range phones are expecting release by the end of 2020.
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