Samsung started the display revolution with its Galaxy S8 and have stuck to the same design for about two years now. The next big design change is coming with the Galaxy S10, code-named Beyond, and the leaks for the upcoming design have already started pouring in.
According to Twitter handle Samsung.Mobile.News, Samsung will strive to reduce the bottom bezel of the S10 to half of that present on Note 9, but don’t expect the Beyond to usher in a truly bezel-less future just yet.
#GalaxyS10 won’t be completely bezel less but as of right now, the laboratory design looks quite awesome. Top bezel will be a bit bigger than the bottom one due to the components, but the bottom one will shrink! Possibly even less than the half of the Note9. Stay tuned for more!
— SamsungMobile.News | Max (@Samsung_News_) September 3, 2018
That seems plausible. Samsung is the only Android OEM to have resisted the notch and it most definitely shouldn’t be a part of the upcoming Galaxy S10. That leaves room for some bezel-expectations.
Apart from the above, we have also heard that Samsung is likely to add ultrasonic in-display fingerprint sensors to three of the upcoming Galaxy S10 Models. We have also heard credible leaks that Samsung will be adding three rear cameras this time with an extra 12MP wide-angle snapper thrown in the mix (and it’s likely that LG V40 is trying hard to beat S10 to the finish line).
Either way, it’s still too early to say anything for sure. Let’s wait and watch.