The Samsung Galaxy S10 may come with curved 6.1-inch Infinity-O display with a small cutout for selfie camera at the to-right corner of the screen. As a result, the hole in the screen is bigger on the Galaxy S10+, and it remains to be seen how intrusive it'll be in everyday usage.
There's the sense that many of these are concept devices or a look at a possible future, rather than things we'll see in the next few months, so it's possible that the foldable phone shown here is just a concept too.
The lineup will be announced on February 20 at Samsung's Unpacked event, while shipments are projected to kick off in early March in the majority of markets across the world. Similar to Apple, Samsung also blames a lower overall demand for smartphones as a reason for the downturn. Naturally, thanks to the torrent of leaks, including a render where all three devices were placed next to each other, we knew what Samsung had concocted for this year.
While praising the S10, he was skeptical over the foldable smartphone which switches from a 7-inch tablet PC to a 4-inch mobile device. Some of the new features include displaying the most-used functions first and placing buttons within your thumb's reach; allowing the top half of the screen to display content while the bottom half is used to navigate the phone; and improving the visibility of the screen so it's comfortable to stare at longer. This could also be the company's first foldable gaming smartphone.
Images created by LetsGoDigital give a better idea of what the patent design looks like, and it's quite clear that this is unlike any other device in this category. Unlike those rivals, though, Huawei is dealing with a slew of bad press at the moment, not the least of which are the recent criminal charges unveiled against it in the U.S. for a range of alleged crimes like fraud, and the USA this week also finally moved to formally request the extradition of Huawei's CFO from Canada to the US.