Samsung Galaxy S10 final design patents are now available


Samsung Galaxy S10 will be a significant redesign in the Galaxy flagships since the introduction of the infinity displays on the S8 and S9. We expect the smartphone to get available in March of 2018, and it will change a lot of things in the existing Galaxy smartphones.

Samsung Galaxy S10’s final design patents are now available

The changes include the inclusion if the Infinity-O panel on the standard variant of the Galaxy S10. While the design seems to be awkward at first place, it will also take away the iris scanner from the handset. The new patents from Samsung confirm the Infinity-O design on the upcoming Galaxy S10. We may see a model with a full display with rounded corners and a single circular cutout to let the camera see through the glass. The patent comes from the World Intellectual Property Office. We expect this to be the real implementation on the handset.

Also, there are some other designs with a camera cutout in the upper-left corner. Moreover, the Model A and Model B are the only designs that feature the lock-screen rendered in color. While the corners on the Model A are more like the Galaxy Note9’s squarer corners, the corners on the Model B are much closer to the Galaxy S9 corners.

Rest, the models like C, E, F, and Jcomes along with curved glass at different edges and configuration. Besides that, all these designs are right now exclusive to Samsung only. We expect this to bring a new design to the industry. The bezels seem to be minimal, and there is no need for mechanical parts

All these things are still rumors, and Samsung can change the design at any point. Samsung Galaxy S10 will be generations ahead of the existing smartphones. Besides that, the handset may arrive with an ultrasonic in-display fingerprint scanner.

So, are you excited for the upcoming Galaxy S10? Do let us know in the comments section below!