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Samsung Galaxy Tab S8 Ultra to debut Samsung BRS technology with ultra-thin bezels

BRS technology will allow Samsung to provide thin display bezels across the Galaxy Tab S8 Ultra. (Image source: Ice Universe - edited)
BRS technology will allow Samsung to provide thin display bezels across the Galaxy Tab S8 Ultra. (Image source: Ice Universe - edited)
According to reports, Samsung is developing even thinner display bezels for future smartphones and tablets. Reputedly, Samsung's BRS technology will debut on the Galaxy Tab S8 Ultra, before making its way into future Galaxy smartphones towards the end of next year.

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The Galaxy S21 series already offers impressively thin display bezels, particularly the Galaxy S21 Plus.  However, the South Korean company is rumoured to be working on Border Reduction Structure (BRS), a technology that Samsung will showcase with the Galaxy Tab S8 Ultra.

Supposedly, the Galaxy Tab S8 Ultra will launch alongside the Galaxy S22 series, which is expected to arrive in January 2022. Specifics about BRS technology remain unknown at this stage, although Samsung may only using it sparingly in its next flagship tablet. Reportedly, Samsung will utilise BRS technology at various points on the Galaxy Tab S8 Ultra's display, so it is not a holistic solution.

Samsung is not ready to use BRS technology across all flagship devices, though. Apparently, the Galaxy S22, Galaxy S22+ and Galaxy S22 Ultra will benefit from it, even though they will be ready at the same time as the Galaxy Tab S8 Ultra. Instead, BRS technology will not arrive on smartphones until late 2022 or early 2023, probably in time for the Galaxy S23 series. Hopefully by that point, Samsung will have improved its Under Panel Camera technology too, because it is not as mature as the one that Xiaomi showcased with the Mix 4.

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Alex Alderson, 2021-09-15 (Update: 2021-09-15)