The display of the upcoming Galaxy S10, whose release will take place early next year, will occupy almost the entire front panel, to the materials of the new patent, issued in the name of the Samsung engineers. According to the narrative of invention, the company plans to achieve this by getting rid of unoccupied areas above and below the display, hiding the front camera and sensors of lighting and approximation under the OLED panel of the Infinity-O.
The patent describes several possible variations in the appearance of the Galaxy S10, but their main differences boil down to the extent of the rounded corners and location of the front camera. On most layouts, however, the designers chose to place the lens in the upper left corner. Obviously, them this option seems more advantageous since in the active state attracts less attention, not reminding once again of its existence to the user.
The Design Of The Galaxy S10
Despite the fact that the patent does not include schematics rear panel of the future of the device, there is information that it may resemble that of the Galaxy Note 9. According to rumors, the manufacturer intends to place the main camera of the Galaxy S10, which will consist of three modules horizontally. This will save space inside the case to increase the capacity of the internal battery. The standard version of the flagship it can reach 4000 mAh vs 3500 mAh in the model of the actual generation.
Hardware-based Galaxy S10 may be the Snapdragon 8150, at least 6 GB of RAM and 128 GB of internal. The operating system obviously, the manufacturer will choose Android 9 Pie, covered with a proprietary shell One UI. The last was designed especially for elongated smartphones offering a user interface split in two with visual and functional parts, which significantly enhance the convenience and interaction.
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