3/4 This is a screenshot of an ultrayedge monitor from Samsung’s Galaxy A8, the latest flagship from Samsung.
4/4 Samsung has released a new curved monitor for the Galaxy A9, called the Galaxy X8, and it is a whopping 4.1 million units.
5/4 The Samsung Galaxy A10 has a curved screen.
6/4 A new Samsung smartphone is launching in China this month, the Galaxy S9.
7/4 It is not clear what this means for the new Galaxy S10, although there are reports that it will be a curved phone.
8/4 China is expected to announce the Galaxy Note 10, its flagship smartphone next month.
9/4 Many of Samsung’s recent Galaxy devices have curved screens, including the Galaxy series.
10/4 Some of Samsung Galaxy smartphones, including some of its Galaxy S8 and S8 Plus smartphones, have curved displays.
1/4 Google’s Pixel 2 has a 5.5-inch 1080p display.
It has a fingerprint scanner and is powered by Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 835 chipset.
Samsung’s Pixel C is expected in March.
2/4 LG’s V20 phone has a 4.7-inch display.
Its processor is based on Qualcomm’s Exynos 8890.
It will be powered by the Snapdragon 821 and be powered with Qualcomm’s Krait 400 GPU.
3/8 The Samsung Note 8 has a large 5.7 inch display.
The Snapdragon 810 chip is powered with a quad-core 1.7 GHz Cortex-A53 processor and Adreno 330 graphics.
4 / 4 Samsung’s Note 10 is powered, in part, by the Exyns 8890 chipset, which is based off Qualcomm’s Kryo GPU.
The phone is powered in part by Samsung’s Exocortex-A9 chip.
5 / 4 The HTC 10 will be the first Android smartphone to be powered on the Exo processor.
6 / 4 LG’s latest flagships, the G4 and G5, will be on the Snapdragon processor.
7 / 4 Google’s Nexus 7 and Galaxy S6 both have a quad GPU.
8 / 4 HTC’s Pixel XL will be available in April with the Exocolt-A15 GPU.
9 / 4 Huawei’s P9 and P10 will have quad GPU processors.
Huawei’s flagship P10 smartphone has a 6.1-inch QHD display.
10 / 4 Qualcomm’s new Snapdragon 845 chipsets are designed to work with phones powered by Exynus 8890, which means the Snapdragon 820 will be used on the new HTC phones.
1 / 4 Pixel 2, LG’s flagship phone, has a 1.8-inch quad-HD display, while the Galaxy Tab 10.1 has a 2.7×1.5GHz quad-Core processor.
2 / 4 Note 8, the first phone to come from Google, has an 8-inch IPS LCD screen, while HTC’s newest flagship phone has an 11.6-inch AMOLED display.
3 / 4 Motorola’s new Moto X has a 10-inch screen with a resolution of 1440×900 pixels.
4.5 / 4 It has Qualcomm’s Adreno 430 GPU and Qualcomm’s latest Snapdragon 836 GPU, which are used on HTC’s flagship smartphones.
5.3-inch Galaxy S7 Edge and Galaxy Note 7, which will be unveiled on March 31, both have 5.8 inches screens.
6.3.inch Galaxy Note 8 is rumored to have a 7.2-inch Retina display.
7.7.inch HTC’s Galaxy Note Edge has a 7-inch, 4K display.
8.3 inches Galaxy S5, Samsung’s flagship smartphone, has 2.8 screens.
9.2 inches Samsung Galaxy S4 has a 3.7 inches display.
Google’s new Pixel phone has the most powerful Snapdragon 820 GPU, with Qualcomm Snapdragon 817.
Google has also said that the Pixel 2 will come with a 1,440 mAh battery.
10.2.inch Samsung Galaxy Note 5 has a 9.8 inch display with an LCD panel.
Google will also introduce its new Pixel 2 XL, a 2,880mAh battery-powered smartphone, in April.
11.1.inch Google’s flagship Pixel smartphone, which launched in September 2016, has the fastest Snapdragon 820 chip, Qualcomm Snapdragon 820.
Google says the Pixel phone will be able to take advantage of new Android 8.1 Oreo features and the company will launch the phone in April 2018.
12.5 inches Samsung’s newest Pixel phone, which came out in March 2017, has 4K resolution.
13.3inches HTC’s new Galaxy Note 6, which has a 12.3 inch screen, is powered via Qualcomm’s 1.9 GHz quad- Core Cortex- A53 processor.
HTC’s next flagship smartphone has 3GB of RAM.
16.5inches The Galaxy Note 4 was the first smartphone to come with Qualcomm chips