"We make our own displays and we were the first to disrupt the Infinity display experience on the Galaxy S8". The report also shows that the Galaxy M30 will have three rear cameras equipped with two 5-megapixel sensors and one 13-megapixel module. From the image above, the cut-out-hole looks slightly smaller than the Galaxy A8s but there's still a noticeable black ring around the camera.
The photo shows a phone with a almost full-screen design that's disrupted only by a camera cutout in the top-right corner and thin bezels around each edge. Meanwhile, the earpiece is pushed a little farther and nearly to the top-most edge of the device. The American blogger had previously claimed Samsung would adopt front-facing cameras built into the display to avoid the "notch design". The South Korean smartphone maker refused to add a notch on any of the premium smartphones it introduced in 2018.
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Samsung is expected to launch the new Galaxy M-Series to replace its Galaxy On and Galaxy J series of budget and mid-range smartphones sometime this month in India. On Thursday, VentureBeat reporter Evan Blass shared what appears to be the first clear look at the Galaxy S10 (codenamed Beyond 1) in the wild. The same TechCrunch report suggests that a "Beyond 2" smartphone is in the pipeline as well referring to the Samsung Galaxy S10+. A cheaper model is also expected along with a larger Plus model and a 5G model.
The Galaxy S10 is said to be launching on 20th February just ahead of MWC 2019. Other details on its specs and features are still under wraps.
But the photograph isn't the only news that Blass dropped on Thursday, as he revealed in a subsequent tweet that the Galaxy S10 is capable of wirelessly charging other compatible devices, including phones and smartwatches.