Samsung launched the Infinity Flex screen from Galaxy F which can be folded during the digest of SDC18 on Wednesday, but it was not the only new hardware that the company showed during the event. We now know that Samsung will embrace the famous iPhone X, something that has been avoided for more than a year now. But that does not mean that the upcoming flagship Galaxy S10 will have a score, and the details of Samsung's presentation offer us a good reason to be excited about the design of the future position.
Samsung revealed many displays that will soon be part of the Infinity family besides Infinity Flex for foldable. These are Infinity U, Infinity V, Infinity O, and New Infinity. These marketing terms mean nothing without some visual guidelines. So this is the picture Samsung shared on the stage, via Android Police:
As you can see, two of the four Infinity screens above the notch camera are shaped like the letters U and V. The third display has an O-shaped hole, a recent Samsung display type, and a screen design we are expected to see on the Galaxy S10. Render shows what appearance with a hole at the top will look like:
But then there is the New Infinity view on the right which has no frame at the top. It is not clear when the Infinity New screen will be launched, but it certainly looks like the expensive display that you would expect in a superior device. This type of screen does not require holes or pieces to accommodate cameras and sensors. This is a type of display that will combine various elements, including the front speaker and camera, under the glass. Samsung has made a display that performs sound through the screen through bone, so it's only natural, Samsung is now exploring putting the speaker at the bottom of the screen. Hiding the camera under the screen, however, might be more difficult.
Samsung doesn't show the full screen in the picture above, but I suspect this Infinity screen won't have a lower bezel. That is, I hope Samsung will simultaneously delete both the top and bottom bezels, as Apple did, rather than going the copycat route. Most iPhone X clones have a lower bezel.
With all that, the question is, has Samsung perfected the technology to mass-produce New Infinity displays for the Galaxy S10? Or will the Galaxy S10 have a small frame at the top? Maybe the hole Infinity O, as shown above above?
Cheaper Galaxy phones in 2019 may have Infinity U and V screens, while more expensive mid-range and high-end handsets can receive Infinity O and New Infinity screens, but that is only my speculation. On top of that, the technology used to create Infinity's new design will also allow Samsung to offer the same design display in the future for top smartphone makers including Apple and Google. After all, the iPhone X, XS, XS Max, and Pixel 3 XL all feature OLED screens made by Samsung Display.