Samsung's next high-end smartphone, the Galaxy S10 +, continues to appear on the web. Here, we have the right to a screen protection for it, allowing us to see its small borders.
The holidays will surely have allowed you to buy some new gifts to spend, but at the end of the year, a choice is needed: enjoy the high-end of 2018 at the best price, or wait patiently for the arrival of the new generation?
As such, the latter is already beginning to unfold. We had the right to beautiful glimpses of what would be the Samsung Galaxy S10, Galaxy S10 + and Galaxy S10 Lite. Today, a new leak confirms the Infinity-O screen.
Samsung Galaxy S10 +'s Infinity-O screen against rivals
Once is not custom, these are screen protections for the Galaxy S10 + that appear on the Chinese social network Weibo, spotted by Ice Universe. The latter reconfirm once again the double photo sensor at the front coming to embed itself in the screen at the top right. Warning: this information is obviously to be taken with tweezers, their sources can not be verified, but they are consistent with previous leaks identified.
Above all, this new leak had fun comparing the borders of the next high-end Samsung with current devices. Thus, we can see that the Galaxy S10 +'s chin would be significantly thinner than that of the Huawei Mate 20 Pro, which today is the one with one of the most developed screen / body ratios. This chin is equivalent to the iPhone X, which wraps the bottom of the screen in the back of the device to maximize space.
A last funny comparison was made. The screen protector is affixed above a Galaxy Note 7, allowing the same time to establish all the path traveled in such a short time on the screens.
That does not teach us much more about the next generation Samsung, but that goes in the direction of confirming some information. The comparison, however, is good to indicate that 2019 will once again be a year under the sign of shrinking edges of our phones.
Read on FrAndroid: Samsung Galaxy S10: 5G, Infinity-O screen, One UI, Exynos 9820, everything we know about its features