Interestingly, this year, handset manufacturers, all seem to be focused on pushing out Large-screen displays and the South Korean tech giants don’t want to feel left out as well.
Not only are large-screen handset widely known as phablets, currently much in demand, but it appears even massive-screen mobile devices are becoming more popular now.
We can all agree that the pair of Samsung flagships handsets released this year – the Samsung Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8+ are great examples of large-screen handsets.
As per new reports, Samsung is currently on the verge to sell more Galaxy S8+ handsets this year than Galaxy S8.
The Samsung Galaxy S8 packs a 5.8-inch QHD+ (1440×2960 pixels) Super AMOLED Infinity Display, while the Samsung Galaxy S8+ sports a 6.2-inch QHD+ (1440×2960 pixels) Super AMOLED Infinity Display.
Aside from display sizes, other differences between the two flagship devices include battery capacity, dimensions, and weight.
The report further reveals that Samsung is expected to sell 50.4 million units of its two Samsung Galaxy S8 flagship handsets, with the larger option expected to consist f53.9 percent of the total sales – or 27.1 million.
The basic demand for larger-screen smartphones basically stems from several reasons including media consumption and mobile gaming.
The Galaxy S8+ handset in markets like South Korea and China are offered in a 6GB RAM and 128GB storage versions, making it more attractive than the maximum configuration of 4GB RAM and 64GB storage on the Galaxy S8 handset.
Also, it was seen that when using the DeX mobile-to-PC transition tool, a bigger storage capacity would be more ideal.