Samsung is working on new smartphone designs that are unlike anything we have seen before

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For the past few months, a Samsung insider teased smartphone designs, unlike anything that we have seen before. It is prompt us to think whether he was teasing the Galaxy Note 10 or any other new smartphone. Right now we know that Samsung is going to use the same design language in Galaxy Note 10 that is used in Galaxy S10. However, there will be a few minor changes which will help the buyers to tell the two apart. This means that Samsung next flagship can’t deliver the breakthrough design that the insider in question kept mentioning. Recently, the insider has also posted pictures of what is claimed to be the prototypes of the new upcoming smartphones. This shows that Samsung has been working on phones with curved displays that look completely different from anything that we have seen so far. It is very much different than any of the flagship models launched by Samsung.

He posted an image where you can see a stack of Samsung displays with curved edges that are a lot more prominent than what you get to see on Galaxy Note or S phones. The curve goes almost all the way to the back of the phone, although we are not in wraparound screen territory just yet.

A display like this would allow Samsung to shrink the size of the bezels to the bare minimum. Not just that, but it will also eliminate the physical buttons on the sides of the phones. Rumors have it that the company was up to radical new design like this, but the ditched those plans and settled for a more traditional design.

It is not clear whether this screen would come with an under-display camera or a hole-punch selfie feature or not. Also, there can be durability issues related to extreme curvature design.

Ice Universe tweeted:

 “Samsung has canceled this program, otherwise it will be the first brand to achieve full-screen v2.0, but it gave the opportunity to others, so its mobile phone business decline is not without reason.”

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