Samsung very well knows how to answer its critics. Earlier this year, the company was constantly mocked for not being able to pull off any radical changes in its flagship smartphones when the Galaxy Note 9 was launched. The company has never looked back ever since.
Now, the company is looking forward to launching two entirely different flagships – the foldable Samsung Galaxy F and the much-awaited Samsung Galaxy S10.
While the former has thoroughly been covered and you can get to know about it by tapping on its name above, the latter remains rather uncovered. Thanks to Letsgodigital, we now have a working clue as to how the device will look like.
Some time ago, it became known that Samsung intends to place the camera and sensors under the display . Thus, a full-screen display can be created, without notch and without a pop-up camera. In addition, the Korean manufacturer has shown several new Infinity screens at the Developer Conference, including the Infinity-O display. With this screen at the top, in the middle, there is a hole for the selfie camera.
The company has managed to get the first real images from Samsung Electronics , showing a full-screen smartphone with a camera hole in the display. The only difference with the recently introduced Infinity-O display is that the ‘hole’ is placed in the upper left corner, instead of in the middle.
The images were used by Samsung Electronics in a design patent, which has been applied for at the Hague International Design System.
As a matter of fact, we have received a plethora of design patents by the company.
This clearly indicates that the rumors surrounding the Galaxy S10 to be a substantial upgrade over its predecessor are apparently not much of rumors.
So far, we have received plenty of intel on the device and you can check it all out by searching for the device from the search bar.
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