Given that the South Korean technology firm only offers flat screens on its mid-range handsets, it's safe to assume these are much cheaper to manufacture and will allow the company to make the entry-level Galaxy S10 more affordable.
Samsung recently launched the world's first smartphone to feature four rear camera sensors - the Samsung Galaxy A9 (2018) in Malaysia. The SM-G970x and SM-G973x will feature 5.8-inch displays, while the SM-G975x will come with a 6.4-inch display. The phone sports a beefy 3,800 mAh battery with fast charging support through the USB Type-C port, a fingerprint sensor on the back and a 3.5mm headphone jack as well. The report also sheds some light on the different sizes which are expected to be available with the Galaxy S10 lineup of smartphones. Complementing the powerful SoC are options of 6GB or 8GB RAM, 128GB internal storage and expandability options up to another 512GB. There will be an entry-level Galaxy S10 with model number SM-G970x and the two premium options with model numbers SM-G973x and SM-G975x.
Taking a page out of Apple's playbook, Samsung hopes to reinvigorate interest in its Galaxy smartphone lineup with a major upgrade and design overhaul that will bring 5G network capabilities and as many as six cameras to the planned Galaxy S10 smartphone, according to the Wall Street Journal. This is unlike the original Infinity O display design that Samsung showcased at its annual developer conference earlier this month that had a single hole for the selfie camera.
The camera is positioned in the top left corner of the display, just as the patent drawings showed (and unlike the Galaxy A8s).
T-Mobile is also offering some limited-time offers. Remember when HTC was a monstrous brand in Android smartphones?
The M9 OLED display panels that will be the successor to the existing M8 displays are said to utilise red, green, and blue host colours from Dow Chemical, Nippon, Samsung, and SFC, respectively. The fourth variant, however, will reportedly feature an even bigger 6.7-inch display.