With the Galaxy S10’s punch-hole display, Samsung took a different approach to avoid the notch while Apple just went ahead and embraced it. But that was just the beginning as Samsung is working on completely eliminating the punch-hole by moving the camera under the display.
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Samsung Looking to Eliminate the Notch for ‘Perfect Full-Screen’ Smartphones with Hidden Selfie Camera
Reputed analyst Ming-Chi Kuo has increased his shipment forecast for the Galaxy S10 series by 30 percent due to higher than expected pre-order demand. He says the strong performance of the Galaxy S10 series can be attributed to the “spec differentiation from iPhone models” which includes features like a triple-camera setup, in-display fingerprint scanner, and reverse wireless charging.
Samsung Galaxy S10’s Display Sets a Bunch of New Records, Most Color Accurate Smartphone Display Tested
Ever since Apple switched to OLED display with the iPhone X in 2017, it has been involved in the race for the best smartphone display with Samsung. Since the iPhone X, every new iPhone release has led to the device being crowned as having the best smartphone display. This is followed by Samsung’s next flagship besting the iPhone’s display. For 2019, with the Galaxy S10, it looks like Samsung has taken its game to a different level altogether.
In just over a week from now, Samsung will be unveiling the Galaxy S10 trio of devices at its Unpacked event. That, however, has not stopped the Galaxy S10 from leaking left, right, and center. Over the last few days, almost all major details about Samsung’s upcoming flagships have been leaked online.
The Samsung Galaxy S10 lineup is scheduled to be unveiled on February 20, but leaked benchmark scores for one of the unreleased models doesn’t paint a great picture for the upcoming flagship.
Apple wasn’t the first company to launch a smartphone with a notch, but the company definitely brought all of the attention to the design philosophy. As a result, we saw a lot of different phones with their own take on the notch.
Samsung has confirmed via its official social media platforms that it will indeed be launching the Galaxy S10 at an Unpacked event on February 20 in San Francisco. While not mentioned in the invite, Samsung is also expected to unveil its foldable phone at the event.