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Gigategy » Here’s Why the Displays in New Phones Are So Weird and Wide

Here’s Why the Displays in New Phones Are So Weird and Wide

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Most of the major smartphones of spring have been announced, and we noticed something curious. The LG G6 and Samsung Galaxy S8 are both rocking big displays with an aspect ratio larger than the 16:9 you’re used to on your phones, television and desktop displays. These phones have some of the widest aspect ratios ever… Read more…

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Here’s Why the Displays in New Phones Are So Weird and Wide

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