Samsung Galaxy S10 could feature a flat display, according to a report from South Korean website ET News. This report has quoted company executives who have said that Samsung is developing a new type of OLED display for the Galaxy S10 which will come with a flat-screened phone. It also hints at the sizes in which the Galaxy S10 series phones could be made available.
While the Samsung Galaxy S9 and S9+ used OLED screens made from M8 generation, the Galaxy S10 series is being expected to come with M9 OLED displays. These will consist of a new combination of organic material, including the compounds that constitute the colour components for the light-emitting diodes (LED).
It is believed that the South Korean electronics firm will change the supplier for the red component of its M9 screens.
While Duksan Neolux supplied this material, Samsung will now seek the red component from Dow Chemicals. Similar changes are also being expected for the blue and green components of these OLED displays. Also, the AMOLED screens created by the company for Apple fall under the LT2 series.
From the ET News report, one can expect the Galaxy S10 with three different displays: a 5.8-inch flat OLED display, a 5.8-inch curved OLED display, as well as a 6.2-inch curved OLED display, that could be the successor to Galaxy S9+. The flat screen Galaxy S10 falls in line with a recent rumour, that suggests that Samsung could introduce a ‘Lite’ model in the series. It is expected to have an Infinity-O display and dual-rear cameras.
Samsung Galaxy S10 will also come with an in-display fingerprint sensor, according to reports. The Galaxy S10 will also have a 5G model.