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Samsung’s Galaxy S10 Will Feature 2K+, 19:9 Super AMOLED Displays

Dec 11, 2018
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Rumors and leaks for Samsung’s Galaxy S10 lineup are taking place in full swing these days. Samsung will launch three smartphones next year, and two of these will depart significantly from their predecessors in design and aesthetics. The third, an entry-level Galaxy S10 Lite, will be a new entrant. Now we’ve got more details for all three gadgets’ displays. Take a look below for more.

All Galaxy S10 Smartphones From Samsung Will Feature 2K+ Super AMOLED Displays

Ice_Universe is on a roll today folks. The tipster shared a render and a screen protector image for Samsung’s purported Galaxy S10 Lite earlier today. Now he’s back with information for all three Galaxy S10 variants’ aspect ratio, display build and resolution.

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According to him, the Galaxy S10 and Galaxy S10+ will feature 19:9 displays. If you’ll recall, both the Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9+ have 18.5:9 aspect ratios. Samsung’s new M9 display panels for the Galaxy S10 lineup will make both gadgets slightly taller than their predecessors. The tipster also reveals details for the smartphones’ display build material and resolution.

These claim that all three Galaxy S10 smartphones will feature 2K+ and Super AMOLED displays. Of course, unless more details for the resolution are provided, we can’t reach any definitive conclusions. The displays will also be Super AMOLED, as expected. The M9 displays from Samsung will feature laser-drilled front camera cutouts. These displays will allow Samsung to emigrate to a new display design and stay away from the recent notch trend.

The Galaxy S lineup didn’t fare well this year in sales terms partly due to a weak market and partly due to Samsung’s slow upgrades. Next year’s smartphones from Samsung look to change this, but as Infinity-O start to appear on middle-tier gadgets, the S10 lineup might end up losing their defining characteristic. Thoughts? Let us know what you think in the comments section below and stay tuned. We’ll keep you updated on the latest.

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