The next Samsung Galaxy S10 could be designed exactly like this
Following the success of the Apple iPhone X and the influx of smartphones where the bezels are completely replaced with a small notch at the top of the screen, Samsung looks to have found a way to take few steps ahead of Apple with their latest smartphone design that could find it’s way into the upcoming Galaxy S10.
The Samsung Galaxy S10 could be designed without a notch or bezel, with only a hole carved out for the selfie camera being the only visible obstacle on the front side of the phone.
Samsung filed some patents in this regard (pictured above) a little while ago but real life pictures of the design have finally made its way to the tech blogosphere as we can see below.
Samsung hasn’t denied or confirmed if it will use the design on the Galaxy S10 which is expected to debut early next year, however, the South Korean company would naturally like to adopt a technology or design that will endear its 2019 flagship to users more than Apple’s X and Xs series.
So, assuming the S10 appears exactly as the reported design, are you buying it?
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