Samsung has already started working on the Galaxy S10. The device is supposed to be the successor to Galaxy S9 and may make an appearance next year during CES or MWC.
It looks like the company might be working on some serious tech for the device. The good (or bad) thing, however, that Samsung will likely stick with the infinity display and won’t add a notch to the Galaxy S10. However, it won’t be the same boring design as Samsung might be working on a tech to add the front facing camera directly on the screen. There is no hard evidence but this might mean that Samsung will be able to give users a near bezel-less screen without those pop-up cameras. Reliable mobile insider Ice Universe confirmed that while the images are forged, they might still show the concept that Samsung is working on.
Unfortunately, this is a Weibo user using Galaxy S8 forged, but this technology is worth looking forward to. https://t.co/8BceK0sXcB
— Ice universe (@UniverseIce) September 17, 2018
The images were initially posted by a user on Chinese social networking website Weibo but were just forged images of the existing Galaxy S8. The user also posted a gif showing how a portion of the top of the screen becomes black exposing the camera sensor under the screen for selfies. This sure looks like a futuristic tech, Samsung along with other companies is working on making it a reality. Hopefully, we might see the technology in play next year when Samsung launches the Galaxy S10.
Not only that, SamMobile confirmed that Galaxy S10 might come in new colours and will have a bigger screen than its predecessors. Another report suggests that the device might come in a new green colour which was previously not available. DJ Koh, CEO of Samsung, said that the company has planned significant changes for Galaxy S10. He also mentioned the changes will be “clearly visible” which might indicate to the new in-display camera and smaller bezels. Not only that, he also said that the interiors will also satisfy the users. We aren’t sure at this point what this means but he might be pointing to a significant improvement in the hardware which will eventually improve the performance.
With Samsung just launching the Note 9, it’s interesting to see Koh talk about the upcoming device. However, the device will launch early next year so we will have to wait for a while to see the actual device.