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This photo confirms that the S10 is going to be the first Samsung smartphone with an edge-to-edge design. Samsung and Apple lead the list as the former prefers the Mobile World Congress that will take in Barcelona later in February and Apple has often released their new devices during dry periods when there were no rival announcements. It is likely that Samsung will opt to use a bold new design with minimal bezels and an improved Super AMOLED display that will look wonderful. The bezels above and below Samsung's gorgeous Super AMOLED displays have been dramatically reduced, and small holes will be cut out of the screen itself to make room for front-facing cameras. Other devices and leaks have come to light from other manufacturers using this design. Further, we have the toned-down Samsung Galaxy S10 Lite and a 5G S10 model is in the headlines too which could materialize since Snapdragon has already launched the X50 5G modem with SDM 855 and few devices across the globe have already harnessed it such as the Xiaomi Mi Mix 3 5G and others. The Chinese company launched the Huawei Mate 20 Pro back in October 2018, which offered the charging feature.More news: Michael Cohen to testify before House Oversight Committee
A year ago was a rough one for Samsung's flagship smartphones. The biggest and most powerful device will be Galaxy S10 Plus which will start at £899 for 128 GB, £1099 for the 512GB version, and a shocking £1,399 for 1TB storage. Do you like the new hole punch camera design?