The Samsung Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S9 look like identical twins. Connoisseurs will see the differences, but if you only risk a glimpse, the phones look the same. That should change with the Galaxy S10 – and it has to be. The Galaxy S9, which is currently on offer at a new best price, is not selling as well as Samsung had previously expected. In a benchmark, an unknown smartphone of the South Korean manufacturer was discovered, which could be the next top smartphone. There it is revealed that the aspect ratio will change. Instead of 18.5: 9 like the Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S9 could be the screen of the Galaxy S10have an aspect ratio of 19: 9. But how would this change affect the look?
Some time ago, the designer @Waqarkhand made a render image of the upcoming Galaxy S10 smartphones. On this one can see that the chin on the bottom of the phone disappear and the Samsung smartphones would look like the new iPhones:
On a notch at the top of the display, Samsung would continue to do without this design and explain the even more elongated aspect ratio of the screen with it. This would actually change the design “significantly” compared to the Galaxy S9. Nevertheless, it would still look like a Samsung smartphone – just not like an iPhone clone.
According to current information, the Samsung Galaxy S10 should not only appear in three models, as suggested above, but in four versions:
- Samsung Galaxy S10 (Lite?) With flat 6.1-inch display, fingerprint sensor on the side as an alternative to the iPhone XR
- Samsung Galaxy S10 with 5.8-inch dual-edge display, fingerprint sensor in the screen as the successor to the Galaxy S9
- Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus with 6.2-inch dual-edge display, fingerprint sensor in the screen as the successor to the Galaxy S9 Plus
- Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus 5G with 6.2-inch dual-edge display, fingerprint sensor in the screen as a completely new 5G smartphone
Samsung would counter the three Apple smartphones iPhone XS , XS Max and XRwith the additional 5G model, but also directly cover a new technology, which is not available at Apple at the current time. What do you think?