The Galaxy S6, S6 edge, S7, S8, and S8 Plus have all been released this year.
While each of them have been praised for their impressive specs and stunning design, they have all had one glaring issue: They all use curved displays.
The Samsung Galaxy S8+ is the only one of the phones with an OLED screen, and its been one of its best selling phones to date.
The S7 Edge, on the other hand, is one of a handful of curved displays in the world.
However, the company is making a change to its curved display policy to bring a much-needed refresh to the Samsung Galaxy line-up.
According to Samsung’s VP of Display Display Technology, Mike Mazeroski, the curved display refresh is coming.
Mazerosi says that the company will be offering two new curved displays for its Galaxy S9 line-ups in 2018.
The first is a 5.8-inch screen that will be offered with the S9+.
The second is a 12.5-inch display that will launch with the Samsung S9.
While the former is an OLED panel, the latter is a curved panel.
The 5.7-inch version of the display will be a “premium” version that will cost $5,499.
The 12.9-inch model will cost about $8,000.
The company is expected to announce more details about the new curved display next month, but there is no word on when the refresh will be available to the general public.
The display refresh will also be available in the US for a time, but Samsung is also working to launch a global rollout of the technology.