The Galaxy S10 phone from Samsung will be something else, which should be good news for all fans who did not appreciate the boring Galaxy S9 and Note 9 phones released earlier this year. The S10 should now package a number of new technologies, as well as a new design that would expand the Infinity Display all the way to the corners of the phone. We have already seen a number of reports suggesting that the screen / body ratio of the Galaxy S10 will be increased thanks to a brand new OLED screen design, and we have another foretaste of Samsung that the Galaxy S10 gets a stunning display design.
As you can see in the following image, which is shared on Twitter by the longstanding Leaker Ice Universe from Samsung, a device with a borderless screen without a border is paused in the Android Pie beta of the Galaxy Note 9:
That is an exciting placeholder image that Samsung has chosen for that specific tutorial because no Samsung phone looks like this. All Infinity Display phones have important edges at the top and bottom, compared to the iPhone X phones.
A few days ago, Samsung teased a notch-less design on all screens for the incoming Galaxy A8 & # 39; s with a hole at the top, where you would usually find variations of the notch on other devices. That is the kind of screen that is reportedly coming to the Galaxy S10 next year, according to other reports. However, that type of design does not look like the phone that Samsung used in the image above, because the hole is missing. The purpose of the image of the placeholder is to support next-gen Samsung phones, many of which are supposed to be delivered without bezel-less screens and use Android Pie right out of the box.
In other tweets, Ice Universe seemed to confirm the report from Korea last week that said the Galaxy S10 would not have an iris sensor as previous flagships, because Samsung places an ultrasonic fingerprint sensor under the screen.
Samsung will unveil the Galaxy S10 at MWC 2019 late February next year, according to a report from Korea, so there is plenty of time to learn more details about the design.
As far as the Galaxy Note 9 is concerned, it will take a while before it receives its Pie update. The Galaxy S9 phones should be the first to receive the update early next year at a certain time.