Would you buy a Galaxy S6 with a dual-edge curved display?

Would you buy a Galaxy S6 with a dual-edge curved display?
Samsung is apparently going to start using curved screens everywhere, as per recent comments of its chief designer, in order to set itself firmly apart from the competition, and combat the unforgiving profit slump that resulted this year in the face of increasing competition. Samsung chief Note Edge designer Kim Nam-su said that "A change in the platform can bring about a variety of new considerations... I think a curved screen is a big solution for overcoming those challenges."

As a result of this expected pivotal change in strategy, the so-called Project Zero undertaking for creating the Galaxy S6 might include not only a brand new and premium design paradigm, but also a bold new dual-edged screen concept, that will slope both to the left and to the right side of the flagship. Note Edge is said to be just a proof-of-concept for the possibilities that such screens open up for Samsung and third-party developers, with a screen bent on one side only, while next year's S6 and likely the Note 5, too, could be the real flexible display deals. 

We don't know yet what tangible benefits Samsung will concoct for the two side panels, or even if these rumors will pan out, but in case they do, we wanted to ask you if you would consider buying one, given that it will probably be radically redesigned compared to the current Galaxy S line members. Check your opinion in the poll below, and give us your arguments pro and contra in the comments.

Would you buy a Galaxy S6 with a dual-edge curved display?

Yes
36.7%
No
28.18%
Depends on what Samsung does with it
35.12%

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