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display screen

[di′splā ‚skrēn]
(computer science)

display screen

A surface area upon which text, graphics and video are temporarily made to appear for human viewing. Today's screens use LCD or OLED technology. See LCD and OLED.
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According to a well-known tech analyst with IHD Technology named Jerry Kang has revealed that the Galaxy S6 that is slated to release in 2015 will feature a "dual-edge" display screen.
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