Samsung Galaxy S10, momentous change: there will be the notch

The next Galaxy S10 should bring the notch also in the house of Samsung. The indiscretion comes directly from the developers conference of the South Korean house

As per tradition, it will be one of the first high-end smartphones to be presented to the general public. Probably, its presentation will take place during the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, scheduled for late February, or a few weeks earlier, just after the Consumer Electronic Show in Las Vegas, scheduled instead for January.

In short, whatever the date, the presentation of the Galaxy S10 is getting closer and closer and we should not be surprised if the rumors about how it will be the Samsung Galaxy S10 are becoming more and more insistent. According to some predictions, the next top of the range of the South Korean company will arrive in three different versions, according to others it will have 5G connectivity and will be more powerful than ever. The latest rumor, in order of time, comes directly from Samsung. During the Developer Conference in November, in addition to unveiling the Infinity Flex Display that will be mounted by the flexible Galaxy, Samsung designers showed four different concepts of screens equipped with notch, the upper notch made famous by the iPhone X in 2017.

How will the Galaxy S10 be with the notch

In short, even Samsung would have given up and is about to introduce the notch in the devices of its range. Specifically, the South Korean company has shown four different screens and as many hypotheses for the notch: the Infinity-V (with drop-shaped notch V), the Infinity-U (with drop-shaped notch U), the Infinity-O (with circular notch in an off-center position almost at the top) and a model without visible notch.

According to well-informed sources, the Galaxy S10+, the flagship model among the three that should be presented between late January and early February, should mount precisely an Infinity-O panel, the solution less impactful from an aesthetic and functional point of view. With the notch moved towards one of the two vertices, in fact, the top bar of notifications would not have interruptions and would allow a simpler and more linear management of the interface. On the same model, then, should appear a rear camera with triple sensor, a solution already adopted (among others) by Huawei on its Mate 20 Pro.