It looks more and more likely that Samsung will accept the comma with the upcoming Galaki S10.
The new series of images that Samsung used in the design patent is noticed by LetsGoDigital, and the images show the handset with the edge-to-edge display and a curious hole in the upper left corner.
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The images were delivered to the International Design System of Hague, according to the report, and the patent application consists exclusively of visual material and text.
The application includes more than 50 slightly different designs of the smartphone – some have corner corners of others, some have curved edges of the screen – but they all have a screen from the edge to the edge that integrates the camera in the upper left corner.
Maybe it would not look like any other cutout we've seen so far, but it's still a comma.
These projects correspond to most of the S10 rumors we've met in recent days.
The word on the street is that Samsung's next smartphone will have an "Infiniti-O Display" – something that was presented to SDC last week – which is exactly what is close to edge-to-edge edge-positioned near the edge top.
It is likely that the S10 camera will face the front side inside this display hole and that the phone will have an ultrasonic fingerprint scanner.
The previous reports said that Samsung plans to release at least three variants S10: a standard model, a cheaper model and a 5G model.
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And, probably, the successors of Samsung Galaki S9 – whatever we get – arrive in February 2019, almost certainly at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona.
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