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Next Galaxy S flagship could have even smaller bezels

By Anton D. Nagy October 15, 2019, 6:00 pm

A Samsung smartphone with model number SM-G416U was spotted on HTML5Test by the folks at GalaxyClub. It features a rather tall, 20:9 display, but still not as tall/wide as Sony’s CinemaWide display on the Xperia 1 flagship.

While the model number of the device might not disclose anything about it, PhoneArena notes that this might be the SM-G986U, also known as the upcoming Samsung Galaxy S11+.

What does all this mean? The current Galaxy S10 (pictured above) and Note10 flagships feature 19:9 displays. Having a taller 20:9 display means that the device will likely have even slimmer top and bottom bezels.

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Of course, this yearly, we’re just speculating but we’ll keep you posted as new information sees the light of day.

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