Among the many, also "holes" on the display
Samsung is preparing for its tenth anniversary with a shower of news. Next year will see the release of 4 new Galaxy S10 models , all with a special design. First of all the displays will be even bigger than the predecessors, the rooms will reach up to 6 and there will be support for 5G.
What interests us most, however, is the presence of "holes" on Super AMOLED displays. In the next iteration the Infinity-O display will have small black circles in the upper left of the screen to reduce the size of the frames. In this way Samsung will be able to implement even better cameras and sensors under the display without needing notches or similar gimmicks.
Obviously the choice also has disadvantages. First, the impossibility of having the feature of facial recognition , thus unlocking with the face. Second, the physical invasion of the space reserved for notifications that will have to be reorganized accordingly. Let's imagine then that many users will be upset about Samsung's partial adaptation to market standards.
The fact is that, in any case, there is so much meat on the fire. In the coming months we will discover more details on the Korean manufacturer's line-up, which should count a low-cost entry-level device (not like the iPhone XR) and a 6.7-inch one with the code name " Beyond X ”, a clear arrow to Apple. We'll see how the war between manufacturers will evolve.