Samsung is working to make 2019 a better year than 2018.
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The video shows the possible dimensions of the upcoming S10 and S10 Plus, which match the previous leaks of the Samsung flagships which are expected to have a 6.1-inch and 6.4-inch display. Several complaints roamed on Reddit and YouTube which stated due to the extreme curves of the display it is sometimes hard to handle the Galaxy phone as the design caused unwanted touch interaction from the palms.
Here's a look at Galaxy A50's possible specs. In any case, the concept render suggests that while the Galaxy S10 will have only one selfie camera hole, the Galaxy S10+ will sport two selfie camera holes side-by-side on the top right edge of the screen. The report doesn't mention any details about the other camera sensors on the back. But wait, you might be saying, isn't that just as bad for an end-user experience as a notch?
We are expecting to see the Samsung Galaxy S10 getting announced at MWC next year. Generally a place in or around a display where a camera sits is pretty much relegated to that camera's use. High-end phones from Huawei and OnePlus already feature the technology. This means a wide array of choices for end-users, and a wider array of prices than the company's ever offered before. In September it will be the turn of the Galaxy A6s (SM-G6200), Galaxy S (SM-G8750), Galaxy Tab S3 (SM-T820 / T825C) and W2018 (SM-W2018).