Samsung Electronics plans to develop a full-screen display that has camera and sensors hidden under the display.
It's likely to be a while before consumers see the "full screen" phone, however.
The phone also appears to have a single rear camera with LED flash, loudspeaker grill below the camera, a single front camera and Samsung logo both on the front and the back.
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Referring to the Infiniti-O Display applied to the Galaxy S10, Yang said, "It is technically highly hard to punch a hole in an organic light emitting diode (OLED) panel".
Putting a camera beneath the display could prove as, if not more, challenging and would require the company to ensure that the functionality and performance of the sensors is not affected. However, it is less than completely necessary, Image sensors that can "hide" under a display are technically possible; for example, they make up part of the optical fingerprint reader found in phones such as the OnePlus 6T. The smartphone comes with all the top-notch features and hardware, but it seems that the company has missed out on feature which disables the screen when a user placed the phone in his/her pocket.
The Samsung Galaxy Note9 was released last fall, but it still stands up pretty well, to the competition in 2019. Whether Samsung could deliver the new design in time for the August Note 10 smartphone launch is unknown at this time. The smartphone will support 5G but the availability might vary from country to country. Samsung also considered the possibility of using the display as a dynamics similar to the OLED Crystal Sound in LG ThinQ G8, but decided not to use this technology on the current flagship Galaxy S10.
The nature of the modern smartphone market is one of only incremental updates to handsets each year, leading to many users holding onto their phones for longer.