Since Samsung announced its Infinity O drilling screen at SDC 2018 last year, news about the next generation of Galaxy S has been circulating on the Internet. As March nears Samsung's launch of new products, news about Galaxy S10 has been further confirmed.
Just a few days ago, Evan Blass, a well-known Twitter BloggerPublishA real airplane spy photo of Samsung Galaxy S10 was taken.
From this spy photograph, we can see that the machine uses a right-side drilling screen design different from Galaxy A8s, and thanks to the larger expandable space in the upper and lower parts of the front of the mobile phone, the screen edge is extended to the limit close to the glass cover.
In addition, it is worth noting that Samsung has used drilling screen on Galaxy A8s before, but the screen used is TFT-LCD instead of AMOLED, which directly limits the A8s to use straight board design.
_Suspected Samsung Galaxy S10 Real Aircraft Spy Photo. Source: Evan Blass
This exposure of the Galaxy S10 screen is curved on both sides, not A8s straight plate design, which means that Galaxy S10 will probably use a flexible screen with drilling instead of TFT. If that's the case, then the screen may be on the stage as a "second generation full-view full-screen".
In addition, Evan Blass said the exposure was only a standard version of Galaxy S10, and that cheaper low-cost Lite, larger Plus models and specific versions catering to 5G networks are expected.
_Samsung Galaxy S10 design rendering map. Image from: Twitter@Ben Geskin
As early as December last year, news about Galaxy S10 had been circulated on the Internet. In addition to the drilling screen exposed this time, the foreign media Mobile Fun will also havereportPassing Galaxy S10 will have 8 colors: black, white, green, strawberry powder, Navy blue, red, yellow and silver.
In terms of new functions, foreign media SlashgearExpressGalaxy S10 will support reverse wireless charging similar to Huawei Mate 20 Pro, which Samsung calls PowerShare and can directly charge other mobile phones and even watches wirelessly.
This year's MWC 2019 ConferenceScheduledSpanish local time, February 25 - February 28, according to Samsung's previous release rules, the new aircraft will probably be released during the conference, the early March global listing.