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Although there are several months left for an official announcement of the hypothetical Samsung Galaxy S10, many relevant details and reliable sources are already known to get to the idea of its appearance and its features. The design of several Samsung terminals after the launch of the Galaxy Note 9 betray already changes in the position of the camera, the colors and even the materials with which the company will wear its next flagship. Samsung Galaxy S10 will have three versions was also quite clear.
There would be a Galaxy S10 Lite with a screen of 5.8 inches, a Galaxy S10 standard with 6.1 inches of screen and, finally, a Galaxy S10 + that reaches 6.4 inches. These last two, will have the classic curved screen on the sides, but it seems that the Lite version would return to the flat screen completely, although of this there are still no images to prove it. What the three phones do share is a screen of the type ‘Infinity-O‘, if we follow the nomenclature of Samsung.
It is a screen with a hole where the inserted front camera would go and that would avoid cutting the rest of the screen leaving a notch. In other words, they will not have ‘notch‘ like the iPhone. The decision to pierce the screen like this is what stands out most in its design, since it uses the same language as its two immediate predecessors: non-existent lateral edges because the screen folds at the sides and two minimal upper and lower edges that are almost not thing of how fine they seem.
The reduction, again, of these frames, will allow the mobiles to be smaller in spite of integrating larger screens. Thus, the Galaxy S10 standard would have a similar size to the Galaxy S8, but with a larger screen. In the case of the larger model, the Galaxy S10 +, Samsung will incorporate two holes in the screen to accommodate, we assume, two front cameras. Will it have a wide-angle front as the Pixel 3? And talking about cameras: it is unclear if the Galaxy S10 would reach the three rear cameras, as they have done other phones of the company in the mid-range, or if they would go further including four or even five. The A9 has four rear cameras, so this could also be the case.