iPhone 8 to Have Curved Screen, Amoled Display
iPhone 8 to Have Curved Screen, Amoled Display (Concept Image)

Apple is looking forward to launch new iPhone model in the year 2017 which will feature a curved glass case with 5.8 inch AMOLED display. This new design with AMOLED display will be quite similar to the current smaller iPhones like 4/4S “Glass Sandwich”.

iPhone 7s to Have Curved Screen, Amoled Display

iPhone 7 hasn’t been launched yet but the concepts and reports about the upcoming iPhone won’t be stopped. iPhone 7 is expected to come this year while as iPhone 7s is expected come in 2017.

Also Read: Apple iPhone 7’s Image Leaked, reveals new design and camera

​Apple Insider stated note which it obtained from investors that, “Apple has plans to introduce a new high-end iPhone model in 2017 that sports a curved glass case and 5.8-inch AMOLED display”.

The note also mentions KGI analyst, Ming Chi Kuo, he says that the new iPhone’s design will be similar to as that of the iPhone 4/4S, with curved panels on the front and rear of the device.

Kuo believes that Apple will select a glass as it is convenient to mould and it enables thin light form factor designs including with the other material options (Plastic & Ceramic).

The upcoming iPhone is expected to come with wireless charging support and all new biometric recognition technology like iris/face scanning. Also, Apple recently purchased facial recognition specialist “Emotient” and real time 3D rendering “Faceshift”.

The note also states, “Kuo belives that 5.8 inch variant will replace the position of the current 5.5 inch TFT LCD model, however if Apple is impotent to acquire AMOLED supply, it can be a high end tagline on its upcoming iPhone in 2017”.

It will be really a distinguishable change in 2017’s iPhone. As we know that the Apple’s one flagship phone is having 5.5 inch size, while as iPhone 7s is expected to have 5.8 inch screen, which will be the major change.

Earlier, it was rumored that Apple was testing OLED iPhone displays from Samsung. Due to lack of stock, iPhones may come with curved AMOLED displays by the year 2017.