It also won't have a notch because Samsung will apparently be one of the first companies to cut a hole in the screen for the camera instead. More accurately, it could result in telling us the design of the Galaxy S10, and if we know the Korean tech behemoth, it will need a few engineering tricks up its sleeve to really up the design score of its 2019 flagship lineup.
Samsung C&T announced on Sunday the launch of the Samsung Galaxy Friends program for Everland in collaboration with Samsung Electronics. Samsung also has a different promo that offers buyers up to $300 in cash, but that one involves trading in an old phone for a new Galaxy handset, and can't be combined with the Starter bundle above.
That said, it isn't the first time Samsung has made a white device. The back of the device is showcased here with the dual camera set up along with the LED flash and the fingerprint sensor placed below them.
"Compared to optical fingerprint sensors, the S10 ultrasonic fingerprint sensor is faster and has a larger recognition area, and 30% of the screens may be recognized", Ice Universe wrote in a tweet. According to SamsungMobile.News, "Samsung is working on a new technology trying to hide the front camera underneath the display".
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The goal downplayed the tense atmosphere and highlighted the achievement of Vinicius who came on and turned the game on its head. Let us know in the comments. "We want to enjoy him every day; he's a fantastic player".
What objective would an in-display selfie camera serve in the Galaxy S10? Neither the Galaxy S8 or Galaxy S9 had true white color options, opting instead for shades of silver, which was also true for the (recalled) Galaxy Note 7, and the Galaxy Note 8 never even had that to choose from, unless you count the Olympic edition of the phone.
If the latest numbers for smartphone market share from IDC is anything to go by, Samsung is losing its market share globally at a relatively quick pace. If what we are seeing here is true, this could be the most groundbreaking all-screen smartphone to look out for next year.
We'll have to wait and see won't we?