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What is Next for Handset and Smartphone Displays?

by Ville-Petteri Ukonaho | Oct 04, 2017

What is the first thing that catches the eye on a handset once it is turned on? The display.

The display has long been the main technology that defines usability and perceived quality of the phone. Display is that main user interface to our mobile and it plays a significant role in the user satisfaction.

Strategy Analytics Emerging Device Strategies (EDS) service has just released a new report forecasting 20 different technological characteristics that make up modern handsets and smartphone display.
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As different display technologies battle for place in the phones, new technologies such as MicroLED are emerging. Trends such as bezel-less design and curved edges define the types of displays in our handsets. From AMOLED to bezel-less and 18:9 aspect ratio to dual displays, this report gives an in depth view to the display market and its future.



This extensive report can be used by component manufacturers, handset vendors, operators, vehicle makers and developers to identify or prioritize the most popular display features penetrating billions of mobile devices worldwide.

Stay tuned and follow Emerging Device Strategies website as EDS publishes regularly insights and forecasts that scan the industry and point directions to its future.



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