The image above is a Samsung sound screen prototype presented at SID 2018 Display Week
This move is expected to make Samsung's smartphones have fewer front-viewable components and no need to leave huge speaker openings in all directions. As the technology matures, the company is expected to use a "flat" screen glass.
This technology is expected to give birth to more innovative mobile device industrial designs. As Samsung's old rival in the Korean domestic market, LG is obviously not far behind.According to reports, both companies will start producing OLED sound screens in early 2019.
In other words, consumers are likely to usher in the new LG G9, the Samsung Galaxy S10, and even the Galaxy X that has been rumored to have been unsuccessful for many years.
According to sources, Samsung is testing a 6.2-inch sound screen, which may be used on the Galaxy S10 Plus or Galaxy Note 10.As far as the technical level is concerned, it is believed that bone conduction and vibration vocalization programs are used.
It should be pointed out that, unlike the normal 20 Hz - 20 kHz frequency response range of ordinary earphones, the sound emitted by bone conduction ranges from 100 Hz to 8 kHz.