Galaxy S10 May Skip the Notch for an Infinity-O Display

Galaxy S10 May Skip the Notch for an Infinity-O Display

Samsung expects Exynos 9820 to be in mass production by the end of 2018.

For display news, the rumor states that the Galaxy S10 will feature a "punch hole", which could be in reference to one of the prototype display designs that Samsung showed off last week.

The processor features a fourth-generation custom CPU and 2.0-gigabits-per-second (Gbps) LTE Advanced Pro modem. The onboard NPU is a separate hardware AI accelerator that performs AI tasks around seven times faster than the previous version, Samsung says. Besides being adamant to deliver more meaningful upgrades with the Galaxy S10 family, the company is also looking to pursue additional mobile innovations with its new foldable smartphone lineup scheduled to be released in early 2019.

Diving deeper in the newly launched Exynos 9820, the SoC is made with an 8nm LPP FinFET manufacturing process in comparison to the 10nm LPP FinFET manufacturing process used to make its predecessor.

In addition to the Coral Blue and Ice Blue coatings mentioned above, both the Samsung Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9+ are also available in attractive colors such as Sunrise Gold and Burgundy Red.

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The Exynos 9820 should provide a big boost to gaming too, as Samsung claims its Mali-G76 MP12 GPU offers a 40% improvement in gaming performance or 35% more power efficiency.

Samsung's Galaxy S10 is still months away from release, but the rumours surrounding the device have started emerging already.

Instead of the controversial notch, the phone display will include a small hole in the top-left corner, where there is a selfie camera. "This technology will not be realized until 2020", explained Evan Blass.

Finally, the latest report from Blass seemingly confirms the Samsung Galaxy S10 will ship with the all-new Android 9-based One UI operating system.

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