Samsung’s newest curved display may not be as eye-catching as you might think, but it can definitely help you stay productive.
The company says its latest display will be available to buy at some retailers by the end of this year, but the display will also be available for pre-order through its website.
If you’re looking for a quick way to check out the new display, Samsung says you’ll have a chance to get it for $1,799 when it goes on sale in the U.S. and Canada on January 25.
The device is powered by a 2,000 x 1,000 OLED panel that’s just 1,500 pixels wide.
Samsung says it will make the screen available to the public in the next few months, and you can expect the new device to be available at select retailers later this year.
If that’s the case, you’ll be able to get the new curved display for a pretty penny.
The screen is projected at an angular resolution of 1,920 x 1 (3,840 x 1 in) by Samsung, which means it’s the first curved display on the market that’s projected at this angular resolution.
This means that, for example, if you’re viewing a 3D image at 100 percent of its original resolution, the display is projected as a sharp edge.
You’ll need to make sure that your screen is at its optimal viewing angle to see the display’s sharp edges, and Samsung says the screen will provide enough vertical space to fit a full 1080p HD resolution.
The display will feature Samsung’s new Adaptive Display Technology, which allows the screen to be stretched in order to provide better contrast and brightness.
Adaptive displays offer a wide range of different viewing angles and a wider range of viewing angles than traditional curved displays.
The new curved Samsung curved display is expected to offer a higher resolution than its predecessor, but Samsung says that the new screen will have more pixels than before, too.
Samsung also says that Samsung curved monitors will offer more contrast than the previous curved display.
The screens will be offered in three sizes: the S4 Pro (6.6 inches, 1,024 x 768 pixels), the S5 Pro (8.5 inches, 1024 x 768), and the S6 Pro (11.8 inches, 2048 x 1536 pixels).
The display is supposed to be slightly larger than the regular Samsung curved displays, which will be larger than any other Samsung device yet.
The curved displays will be compatible with most Samsung smartphones, including the Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S7.
The Samsung curved monitor will be sold at retailers, and it will be coming to the U, U.K., Australia, Canada, and the European Union in early 2019.
It will be also available through select retailers in the US, UK, Germany, and Spain.