The 10 year anniversary of the Galaxy series is approaching and Samsung has already stated that the Galaxy S10 be rise to the expectations raised by such an important landmark.
It is already known that the device is set to shake up the flagship line as several impressive features have been already confirmed, among which we can count a new design, an ultrasonic in-screen fingerprint reader, three cameras on the back of the device, stylish gradient colors and 5G support. An affordable version was also announced and it aims to challenge the iPhone XR.
A tweet published by the Samsung Mobile US account may have betrayed a key design aspect that will surely please many loyal fans and newcomers alike.
It all started with a tweet from the @MadeByGoogle account which announced the new Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL terminals and asked users to offer their feedback. The official Samsung Mobile US account was quick to fire a shot by openly mocking the viral notch.
As the Samsung Galaxy S10 will be announced in less than three months, the bold attack prompted a wave of theories. Since Samsung openly attacked the notch, it is almost certain that the new device won’t feature a large notch. It may even remove the notch completely according to some sources but that remains to be seen.
While Samsung has mocked the notch before, the timing is too perfect to be a coincidence. However, plans can change over time. Google criticized Apple when they removed the headphone jack only to drop it too when they released the Pixel 2XL.
A lot of manufacturers have received merciless criticism for daring to copy the iconic iPhone notch, and it seems that Samsung wants to avoid the mainstream design. Bursting with confidence, the Samsung Mobile US account has gleefully tweeted that the Galaxy S10 will also feature microSD support while the Pixel 3 and Pixel 3XL don’t.
Samsung is rumored to formally reveal the flagship in January 2019.
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