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Samsung display patent shows notched display could come to Galaxy S 'X'

Samsung had launched the Galaxy Note 8 in India in September previous year in Midnight Black and Maple Gold color options and now the company is bringing the Orchid Gray color variant to India.

Checking the rear panel, we see a dual rear camera system with flash.

So it's significant to see Samsung exploring the notch zone as a way to increase the screen-to-body ratio.

Samsung and Vodafone have joined forces to release a limited edition Red Bull Ring version of the Galaxy S9 and S9 Plus in Holland (spotted by SamMobile).

"Samsung's clever bezel-free design also means that, despite its giant 6.3-inch screen, the overall dimensions aren't that much larger than the iPhone 7 Plus".

To refresh your mind the Galaxy Note 8 boasts an expansive 6.3-inch Infinity Display with a 2960 x 1440 resolution that's designed for multi-tasking and productivity. The listing mentioned the device to run on Android 8.0 Oreo out of the box.

Powering the phablet is a Qualcomm SnapDragon 835 processor coupled with 6GB of RAM.

Add a filter some more stickers etc another feature of AR emoji that I find to be kind of cool is the ability to have the camera read your face and then create a bitmoji light character of you. This includes rotating wallpapers, ringtones, and Always-on display images. It seems Samsung isn't planning on any major redesign for the Galaxy S10 when it comes to the physical appearance of the device. However, Samsung's new Galaxy J2 Pro handset may look just like any other smartphone, but it's far from it.

Design details of the Galaxy S10 have emerged, and Samsung could be breathing new life in its future flagship family, according to the latest rumor that has come up. Students have an extra incentive as Samsung is promising to accept the phone back from any student sitting the 2019/20 College Scholastic Ability Test and replace it with a Galaxy S handset instead.

"It really comes down to personal preference when you're talking about high-end phones these days", the group said. Already ported to the A series earlier this year, the Infinity Display technology is now making its way to the J series, as pointed out by a recent FCC reveal.