Whether you’re looking for a smartphone with a bigger display or not, this article should help you to determine whether the Galaxy S9 display will be too large or too small for your own personal liking.
Whilst we cannot guarantee that this information will be correct, we can, with confidence say that the Galaxy S9 will have a display of at least 5 inches in size, and at most 5.3 inches in size. Most likely, the Galaxy S9 display will have a 5.1 inch display and possibly a 4K resolution.
If you feel like the Galaxy S9 will be too small for you, the Galaxy S9 Edge will be there as an alternative. Whilst the Galaxy S9 will probably have a 5.1-inch display, the Galaxy S9 Edge will have a larger 5.5-inch panel. The chances of the Galaxy S9 Edge having a 4K resolution are also a lot higher than the Galaxy S9 having one.
There will be a number of improvements to the Galaxy S9 display even if the overall size doesn’t increase. For example, the older Galaxy flagship devices have featured 2K resolution displays – the Galaxy S9 Edge, and potentially the Galaxy S9 will have 4K resolutions.
The Galaxy S9 will also have a display that can go brighter and dimmer than its predecessors and the color palette on the S9 will most likely be closer to lifelike colors. Chances are you weren’t disappointed with the Galaxy S7 or Galaxy S8 display quality, but if you were, you can be certain that the Galaxy S9 will offer users a much better viewing experience.
The Samsung Galaxy S9 will be using the latest AMOLED technology, which hopefully will have had a slight upgrade since the era of the Galaxy S8. We’ll provide you with more information on the Galaxy S9 display as soon as we know more.