Ice Universe has posted his first YouTube Video, and in this video, we see what could be the future design of the Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus
Samsung has unveiled five new Infinity Displays, including one that is for the foldable smartphone, as well as several with notches.
We could get a feature very similar to HTC's Edge Sense in future Samsung devices if this pressure sensitive navigation patent becomes real
We know exactly how the Samsung Galaxy J4 will look, how much the Galaxy J6 is supposed to cost in India, and how outdated the J7 Aero is going to feel on AT&T.
The low to mid-end Samsung Galaxy J6 is widely expected to sport a (likely HD+) Infinity Display, but the J4, J3 (2018), aka Express Prime 3 or J3 Eclipse 2, and J7 Aero will probably stick to 16:9 screens with thick bezels.
Formally unveiled earlier today, the mid-range Samsung Galaxy A6 and Galaxy A6 Plus are set to bring their "Infinity" screens to Europe very soon at €309 and €359 respectively.
The flagship-introduced "Infinity Display" has been expanded to the upper mid-range Galaxy A8 (2018) and A8+ (2018), with the low-end Samsung Galaxy J6 probably up next.
Nothing's certain until it's certain, but the Galaxy A7 (2018) and A5 (2018) are very likely to be Samsung's first "Infinity Display" mid-rangers.
It's practically etched in stone now that the mid-range Samsung Galaxy A5 (2018) will sport an 18.5:9 screen, which suggests razor-thin bezels.
Samsung is gearing up to redefine the smartphone market's mid-range standards again, with a Galaxy A7 (2018) seemingly packing 6GB RAM.
The "Infinity Displays" of the upcoming Samsung Galaxy A5 (2018) and A7 (2018) look impressive for mid-rangers, albeit not as great as the S8 or Note 8.
Despite Samsung programming in a feature to prevent this kind of problem from happening, some users say that it's happening.