Samsung may have narrowed down the Galaxy S10’s design

Donna Miller
November 18, 2018

As 2019 quickly approaches, smartphone enthusiasts are eagerly awaiting what will no doubt be the next big Android flagship: Samsung's Galaxy S10.

Across all the diagrams, the Galaxy S10 is presented in various shapes and form factors - these include phones with curved and flat displays, squared and rounded corners, and more.

This is an interesting time for Samsung.

At Samsung's recent developer conference, the company made it clear that the Galaxy S10's design would differ from recent devices like the S9 and Note 9, along with offering an idea of what to expect with its new Infinity-O display design. We have already seen a lot of renders, rumours, leaks and speculations about the Galaxy S10 and the stream doesn't seem to be stopping.

Just last week, a patent application filed with the World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO) pointed to a design that shoves the camera and various other sensors underneath the display, thereby negating the need for a bezel or notch.

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In previous weeks, we saw Samsung tease and announce an Infinity-O display that's now believed to be the screen of the Galaxy S10: A display that extends from edge to edge, featuring only a tiny hole at the top for the selfie camera. The Infinity-O display which has been depicted in the pictures comes with a punch-style hole cut-out on the upper left-hand side of the device.

The patent submission shows several images and diagrams proposed for the design of Galaxy S10, with different notch designs. Majority have a punch-hole, with the only discernible difference being the corners.

These new patent images have been spotted courtesy of the Dutch site LetsGoDigital, which gives us a full-fledged illustration of how the Infinity-O display might look like.

All will be revealed sometime next year, probably around Mobile World Congress.

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