For years, smartphones have used the most traditional 16: 9 display format. However, in March 2017 Samsung started a new trend with the introduction of its infinite screens. Currently, this manufacturer uses a ratio of 18.5: 9 that can be found in premium offers and mid-range. However, in hopes of making the frames even smaller, Samsung should extend this format to 19.5: 9 on all smartphones it launches in 2019. In addition, there will also be Infinity-V screens.
Infinity-V: A foldable smartphone that will also have an infinite screen
Meanwhile and beyond, the South Korean giant is also preparing to launch the new foldable Galaxy F smartphone. At this time, information such as ratio, resolution or even the thickness of the frames is still unknown. But if the latest information is correct, the new folding panel can be marketed with an Infinity-V display (the “V” presumably represents the fold).
A new record in Korea
Although there is no guarantee that this will happen, Samsung registered the name Infinity-V last week in South Korea and classified it on smartphone screens. This is perhaps the right time because, at Samsung Developer Conference on November 7, the first official details about the foldable smartphone should be known.
If everything goes as expected and then the conference should officialize this equipment in January. The design of the device will be presented along with all specifications.
There is also news about the Samsung Galaxy S10
Rumours about the Samsung Galaxy S10 are also coming to the Internet at full speed. This device is expected to reach the Internet in the first quarter of 2019. Recent information reveals that the Galaxy S10 + screen-to-body ratio will be very similar to that of OPPO Find X and Xiaomi Mi MIX 3. This should be coupled with a large battery.
According to the All About Samsung website, the South Korean company is working on three variants of the Galaxy S10. Two of them will be premium models with curved screens, while the third model will be equipped with a flat screen.
It is speculated that the S10 premium model will be named S10 +. This device is expected to offer a screen-to-body ratio of 93.4%. This is quite close to the 93.8% offered by the OPPO Find X. Regarding leakage of information, it should be noted that the premium versions of the Galaxy S10 will come equipped with an ultrasonic fingerprint reader.
Based on launch regions, the Galaxy S10 series can be powered by the Snapdragon 8150 or Exynos 9820 chipset. The Galaxy S10 + should arrive with a larger battery capacity of 4,000mAh.
Goodbye to headphone output
In addition to the above, it is speculated that the Galaxy S10 series may not have a 3.5 mm audio output. Meanwhile the Galaxy S10 trio will arrive with six color options such as black, gray, blue, red, green and yellow. The Samsung Galaxy S10 series is expected to be officially announced at the Mobile World Congress (MWC) 2019 in February next year.
Meanwhile, the South Korean technology giant is also expected to launch a 5G version of the Galaxy S10 + smartphone. Another interesting aspect is that it can be one of the first phones to have 12GB of RAM.
Regarding leakage of information, there is still one more to highlight and that has already been addressed in Leak. Samsung, in the new devices, should bet, in a pint on the screen. That is, instead of the traditional monocle the camera may be in a hole.