Mobile phone curved screen and straight screen, which one is better? The final winner may be the "micro-curved screen"

time:2022-12-08 06:04:38 source:scripttoolbox.com author:Chassis
Mobile phone curved screen and straight screen, which one is better? The final winner may be the "micro-curved screen"

When buying a new mobile phone, everyone will consider a lot of issues. In addition to the internal hardware configuration, the discussion about the screen is also very lively. As we all know, there are two types of mobile phone screens: curved screens and straight screens. So, which one is better here? At the beginning, the mobile phones used basically face-to-face screens, and various manufacturers were trying to outperform each other in performance. However, in 2014, the Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge, the world's first curved screen phone, appeared, and its stunning visual experience made it an instant hit. As a result, domestic mobile phone manufacturers started a new round of involution, and successively launched their own curved screen mobile phones. It has to be said that the curved screen is very attractive and the frame is extremely narrow, giving people a three-dimensional depth ductility. Moreover, it feels very good, and the lines are also smooth, comfortable and round. However, the curved screen also has high technical requirements, and the production yield is still relatively low. Therefore, domestic mobile phone manufacturers generally apply curved screens to high-end flagship mobile phones, that is, the Pro version and above. However, after the freshness of the curved screen passed, everyone began to find that it was not very easy to use. For example, if there are screens on both sides of the curved screen, when you hold the phone, there will be a problem of false touches. Although major manufacturers have optimized many technologies in this regard, the possibility of accidental touch still exists and cannot be avoided. In addition, the curved screen also has the problem of fragility, and the reason is the same, there are screens on both sides of the phone. Of course, this does not mean that a straight screen is better than a curved screen. It is undeniable that the experience of the curved screen in some aspects cannot be given by the straight screen. Therefore, in the market where curved screens and straight screens coexist, everyone chooses different screens according to their own needs for screens. So, in the future mobile phone market, if the curved screen achieves technical progress and solves the shortcomings, will it successfully replace the straight screen? On this point, the editor said that it is really hard to say. After all, the curved screen is the product of the differentiated business game of manufacturers, not the product of research and development based on user needs. For most users, a good user experience is the key. If the progress of the curved screen technology does not bring an improvement in the user experience, then this progress may be useless. Interestingly, a new product seems to have emerged under the debate on which is better between the curved screen and the straight screen of the mobile phone. That is [Micro-curved screen]! This is also the result of Samsung, the "revolutionary" of the curved screen. Probably aware of the shortcomings of the curved screen, Samsung started a new round of research and development. In the end, the Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra successfully adopted a micro-curved design, finding a balance between a curved screen and a straight screen. Well, this micro-curved screen solves many problems with curved screens, such as false touches and durability. Recently, news broke that the Huawei Mate 50 series is about to abandon the waterfall screen design. The waterfall screen refers to the 88° super-curved ring screen used by the Mate 30 Pro and Mate 40 Pro. The left and right borders tend to be absent, so that the mobile phone screen can be displayed without borders. Looking at it this way, maybe the [micro-curved screen] is the ultimate winner of the mobile phone screen!

(Responsible editor:Tablet PC)

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