Seoul, South Korea based one of the largest technology devices manufacturer companies in the world is reportedly working hard on its next flagship Galaxy S10 and other giant gadgets, S10 is revealed to be to come a number of further advanced features as well as to reintroduce flat displays in a basic variant of the Samsung’s next phone.
We have certainly seen three variants in Galaxy S6 but not so much in previous versions of the series, since then South Korean tech giant producer has been maintaining its custom bringing more advanced features in its every new release.
As we also discovered, Samsung had removed the flat displays for its flagship smartphones from the time when the launch of Galaxy S8. If the a Korean publication’s ‘Etnews’ report is to be believed the world’s most-liked brand for smartphones production has set to place OLED displays dubbed as M9 in in the upcoming smart-devices.
It has also made public in publication’s account, South Korean will using the display specifications in forthcoming S-series — 5.8-inch flat screen for the basic variant, 5.8-inch curved display for middle one and the high-end version to be released with a curved 6.2-inch display.
The report also suggests that one of the largest smartphone manufacturers in the world are in collaboration with new companies for the organic chemicals for the Red, Green and Blue subpixels to bring unexpected but incredible devices to next generation.
We also have learnt form the report that the Red, Green and Blue subpixels will also be used for the M9 generation and also replace in the Galaxy S9 and Note9 by replacing the M8 chemicals.
If previous reports are to be considered those have suggested us that the ‘budget’ Galaxy S10 will have an ‘Infinity-O’ display feature, although if the abovementioned report contains truth so S10 would be with flat displays, the Infinity-O screen could be the flat screen version.
Nonetheless, the South Korean is expected to be to make public the flagship Galaxy S10 series smartphones at Mobile World Congress (MWC) 2019.