Samsung Galaxy S10 Will Be A Threat


Samsung's Galaxy S10 is still several months away, but the flagship keeps appearing in leaks and reports, suggesting that the launch is indeed nearing.

As per the report from the Dutch page, these patent applications were made to the Hague International Design System (specialising in industrial design patents), managed by the World International Property Organisation (WIPO).

The update for the Samsung Galaxy J8 carries the build number J810GDDU2ARJ4, and brings some new features and improvements also, apart from the AR Emoji. More importantly, many are anxiously waiting to see what design Samsung will go with - especially whether or not it comes with a notch.

Samsung has already promised that its forthcoming Galaxy S10 smartphone will feature "very significant" design changes. In all these designs, Samsung shows cut-out in the top left corner along with varying display shapes. Model A is a flat panel with rounded edges may be the Galaxy S10 Lite's design.

In both images, you can see the two components of the display with the hole in this position, and the only thing that confusing us is the display that the Samsung Galaxy S10 will feature will be curved or not.

Samsung Display has also developed a particular type of optically transparent adhesive film that's used to attach the various display components, including the polarizing film, touch film, and cover.

During its Samsung Developers Conference, the company unveiled its experimental notch designs - Infinity-U, Infinity-V, and Infinity-O. With the Galaxy S10 expected to make its debut sometime next year, people are wondering if the smartphone manufacturer is ready to let bezels die. One which will run on Exynos & another which will run on Qualcomm Snapdragon 8150 SoC for different markets.

The Samsung Galaxy S10 launch date it is likely to be in early 2019.

Samsung recently introduced a much rumoured/anticipated smartphone of the decade, a foldable phone - Galaxy F at its SDC2018 event last week. Huawei and Samsung are the only ones we know that are working on a foldable device but it probably won't be long before other big smartphone makers follow with their own devices.