Samsung Galaxy S10: While almost all the rumors and predictions on the different variants of the Samsung Galaxy S10 Special Edition phone to be released early next year have agreed on the front display being Infinity O with a round hole on top of the front display, new images show a display that does not have the hole with virtually the whole front screen available for display. This has sent hearts racing among the fan club members since this has been one high expectation from the Korean company.
It Could be the Fourth Variant ‘Beyond X’
The educated guess on this is that this new image of the Samsung Galaxy S10 phone represents the fourth variant, the 5G enabled phone, the exact name of which is still not very clear. The three main successor phones in the Galaxy series will be the Samsung Galaxy S10, S10 Plus and S10 Lite. The last is expected to be a budget-priced variant and the RAM levels could be 6 GB, 8 GB or 10 GB and 4 GB for these three respectively. Then the other phone, which is now being touted as the special 10th-anniversary edition and internally called within the company as ‘Beyond X’ will be the high-end device with all the top specs and features.
This may be a design beyond. pic.twitter.com/lViQUsW1Jv
— Ice universe (@UniverseIce) June 20, 2018
Large ‘No Notch’ Display
This phone, expected to have a 6.7-inch display, the highest among the 4 releases planned for February 2019, may have the front camera embedded below the surface. This is not the first time one is hearing of this under-the-screen camera. In fact, Samsung has already shared some details last month in one of its developer events. But the general sense was that it was still a work in progress and the company may take much longer to make it available for inclusion in the upcoming set of Galaxy S10 series phones. But it now appears, at least from this image of the phone, that the company has indeed succeeded in mastering the technology.
More details keep emerging out of this mysterious first of its kind 5G capable device from Samsung and you will get to read all of them here.
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