The phone will come in regular and Plus versions, supposedly sporting slightly bigger displays than the Galaxy S9 – that’s 5.8-inch for the Galaxy S10 and 6.3-inch for the Galaxy S10+. The ultra slim S9 and the glass screen catches the eyes with its attractive design while iPhone X remains the same with a just a bit of adjustment here and there, specifically the size of the screen. In fact, Mobielkopen even found patent filings suggesting Samsung could go in an opposite and shed even more bezels to the point where a future phone has a 99 percent screen-to-body ratio.
Non-profit member organisation, Consumer Reports, has released its latest report on the best smartphone to own in 2018. Samsung filed a patent application (PDF) with Chinese patent organization SIPO that shows off a few different phone designs each with a notch above the phone’s screen.
The notch houses the ear speaker, the front-facing camera, and a third item which may be a light sensor. After all, a lie saying we tell students here in Sri Lanka that A/L’s results determine one’s future. At least not on the mass-market Galaxy S10 flagship, that is. We are also expecting a better camera, with at least 12 megapixels both on the front and the back, and enhanced capabilities to give Galaxy Note more power.
Given the recent threats of data theft, data harvesting as well as data mismanagement, Samsung’s newest phone is ideal for those that would prefer to stay off the Internet. The forthcoming smartphone will remove the biometric scanner from the rear panel and implement it under the screen. Surprisingly, there’s no Bixby key seen on the render – has Samsung given up on forcing its software down user’s throats? Moreover, the look and feel of the smartphone will change every time due to the integration of rotating wallpapers of Red Bull Ring. For now, we’re taking this one with a pinch of salt.
Samsung has announced a new Galaxy handset, but it’s a far cry from the all-singing-all-dancing S9 range announced earlier this year.