Samsung Galaxy S10 Render features a large hole in the display



Samsung's Galaxy's phones are usually announced in the first quarter of the year, so we are still a few months out of the unveiling. We have been thinking of what the device looks like, but thanks to the renders of emulator in 91 monuments.

91 smartphones identify the devices like the "Galaxy S10 Plus," and it lacks sound with recent rumors about the 10th. There are a few cameras on the back (to be a wide angle lens, a telephoto lens, a major Camera, and a deep camera for bokeh effects) and two cameras on the front. The front design gets dramatically slimmer bezels compared to the Galaxy S9, and for the front camera Samsung is going with a new "hole punch" design. A camera hole should not have much functional difference compared to a camera notch. There will be a dead area of ​​the screen, and while you can only have the area above the camera its dead space, Samsung is covering its display technology and surrounding the camera with pixels. Again there is a lot of camouflage here: Samsung earlier announced the "Infinity-O" display technology.

Having a hole in the screen will be a new thing for an Android device, but in the software it will most likely work the same way as a camera carb. Android will extend the status bar around the display hole, giving apps a standard, uninterrupted rectangular area to play in, while only the system deals with the awkward display form at the top. In the case of the Galaxy S10 Render, it looks like the status bar will need to be twice as high as normal to surround the display hole.

It also looks like it is still a heart rate sensor at the end of the rear camera bar, but you will not see fingerprint reader hardware anywhere. The S10 is still expected to have an internal-screen fingerprint reader: an invisible, in-screen sensor from Qualcomm. Sure enough, this week Qualcomm announced the "3D Tunnel Sensor," its ultrasonic fingerprint component. We've seen the OnePlus 6T with an in-screen optical fingerprint reader, but that only took a 2D image from your fingerprint. Qualcomm's ultrasonic sensor will be able to map the ridges and tolls of your finger into 3D, so it should be more secure. With the move to an in-screen reader, Samsung is dumping the iris scanning technology the company debuted in the Galaxy Note 7 in 2016.

One thing that was pointed at the renders: Samsung was able to hold the headphone jack! The universal compatible 3.5mm jack is still there on the bottom of the phone, along with a USB-C port and speaker. This will make it one of the only flagships (along with LG, possibly) to keep the headphone jack around. It looks like it's still a bitby button.

Between rumors of three different 10 sizes, plus a 5g version, plus a swing in foldable devices, Samsung is rumored to release five flagship smartphone models for early 2019.


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