Samsung to bring back three-year-old display tech with 'Galaxy S10'

Laverne Mann
November 21, 2018

Out of the supposed four devices now in development, inside sources told the Wall Street Journal that the high-end smartphone is set to feature a 6.7-inch bezel-less screen, a jump from the Note 9's 6.4-inch display.

However, the star of the lineup will be Samsung's 10th anniversary Galaxy S10, which will embed the latest top-tier technologies that the company is able to bring to the mass market. Further, it is said that Samsung will offer LED Flip and Protective covers for the Galaxy S10.

As for those premium Galaxy S10 models, they should feature 5.8-inch and 6.44-inch displays, respectively. Remember, it's supposed to be Samsung's first phone with an in-display fingerprint sensor.

Before now, rumors suggested that there'd be three Galaxy S10 models. A separate 5G model might even debut in March alongside the Galaxy F foldable phone, SamMobile noted. There will particularly be a device with model number SM-F900U that will have 512GB of onboard storage.

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However, the flat Galaxy S10 may not be as exciting as the more expensive models, which will come in two sizes, including 5.8-inch and 6.2-inch, both sporting curved edges, according to the same report.

The Samsung Galaxy S10 leaked this morning with a set of details on its release day readiness in the form of 5G data, 6 cameras, and more. Now codenamed "Beyond X" behind the scenes, this is the variant that will reportedly house 5G support, a dual front-facing camera setup and four lenses on the rear.

The Galaxy A9, with its four rear cameras.

T-Mobile is also offering some limited-time offers. This could be similar to how some Android smartphones have offered the ability to hide their display notches. These will be used for the M9 generation and replace the M8 chemicals used in the Galaxy S9 and Note9. This panel will be used for the Galaxy S10 with flat screen.

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