Over the recent times, we’ve come across multiple reports with various talking points in regards to the Galaxy S10. First, it was the rumor that Samsung is working on a sound-emitting OLED display screen that would eliminate the need for the traditional earpiece and in the process push the dream of having a true bezel-less device closer to reality. We’ve also heard that Samsung Galaxy S10 will come in three variants with the high-end variant getting up to three camera lenses on the back.
Now, more details have surfaced regarding these three variants of the Galaxy S10. Where the entry-level variant will feature a 5-inch screen and the high-end variant a massive 6.44-inch panel, it is reported that the standard Galaxy S10 will come with a display screen stretching across 6 inches, 0.2 inches up from the current 5.8-inch panel.
Samsung is expected to drastically reduce the size of bezels on the Galaxy S10 compared to the S9. With this in mind, it makes sense that the S10 and S10+ screen sizes will also be growing bigger than their predecessors.
This change, apparently, is not only meant to satisfy consumers’ desire for huge screens in more compact bodies but also Samsung’s desire to match Apple’s upcoming devices that are also expected to ship with equally huge screen sizes, with up to 6.46 inches touted for the high-end iPhone X Plus.
The standard Galaxy S10 will also feature a dual-lens camera on the back and possibly an in-display fingerprint scanner unless Samsung opts to reserve the latter feature for the Plus variant, which will also get a tri-lens camera system.