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Galaxy S10’s Protective Film Shows Thinner Borders & An Even Smaller Camera Hole

The Galaxy S10 is to be announced by Samsung early next year and until now, we have learnt a lot about the device. Apart from the amazing 5G worthy internals of the S10 and the fact that the flagship will be available in three variants with different camera setups, the display has caught the eye of many.

Galaxy S10's Protective Film Shows Thinner Borders & An Even Smaller Camera Hole 2
Source: Ice Universe

In the past, we have talked a lot about the new “Infinity-O” technology by Samsung and how they managed to pull it off with the Galaxy A8s. Ice Universe once again managed to get hold of what seems to be the protective film for the upcoming Galaxy S10s. The film proves to be a definite upgrade from the A8s and we expect Samsung to refine the software experience as well. Overall the bezels are much slimmer and better looking while the camera hole is much smaller than the A8s.

The selfie camera has also shifted its place towards the top right corner and the footprint of the device will most certainly be maintained. Given the fact how 5G seems to be the next most awaited tech for 2019. Samsung will definitely have an edge over the other competitors with embracing it early next year.  It is clear that Samsung will definitely want to step up their game in terms of sales and reliability since the Chinese brands have been very successful even outside of Asia. Given how the smartphone markets are progressing it is just a matter of time that they’ll surpass the old players sooner than anyone might think.

One of the most recent hurdles for the newcomers has been the hardware production, Huawei, on the other hand, makes its own Kirin chips so the budget Huawei devices have already fixed the problem but with manufacturers like Xiaomi, Oppo and many other we may very well see poor interaction between the software and the hardware departments.

Ibtehaj Temuri

Ibtehaj Temuri reporting from duty. My interests generally manoeuvre around video games, animation and works of fiction. Love to have a chat and any sort of criticism is worth my while.
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