Samsung fans are looking forward to the Galaxy S10 that’s due next year as it’s going to be the company’s 10th anniversary flagship and it’s expected to pull out all the stops for this device. Samsung itself hasn’t confirmed anything about the Galaxy S9’s successor but a new report out of South Korea today claims that the company has finalized the design of the Galaxy S10.


As expected, the Galaxy S10 is going to retain the Infinity Display that Samsung introduced with the Galaxy S8 in 2017. Infinity Display is what Samsung calls its iteration of a bezel-less display.

According to insiders mentioned in the report, the Galaxy S10 and Galaxy S10+ will feature slightly larger displays compared to their predecessors and that Samsung Display will start manufacturing these OLED panels by November this year.

Samsung is expected to bring significant new technology to the Galaxy S10 and the report mentions that the company has opted for 3D sensing camera modules similar to what you find on the iPhone X as well as a display-based fingerprint sensor.

It has previously been rumored as well that Samsung will adopt 3D sensing camera modules for its next Galaxy S flagship and rumors about Samsung’s in-display fingerprint sensor have already been around for quite some time now.

However, it’s still too soon to be sure about the Galaxy S10 so take this information with a grain of salt for now.

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