Latest Samsung Galaxy S10 leak alleges inclusion of Infinity-O display
By now, we know that Samsung intends to bring real-life, consumer-grade flexible devices to market soon. However, according to the company's Developer's Conference (SDC) 2018, phones with rigid displays are also still on the table for now. They are likely to include the Galaxy S10, which, if earlier leaks are to be believed, will arrive in the first quarter of 2019.
If a new rumor is also valid, the Galaxy S10 will incorporate one of the new variations of flat Infinity Display announced at the SDC. This is the Infinity-O panel, which has a circular cut-out for a selfie camera in order to improve on screen-to-body ratio. This leak comes courtesy of Ben Geskin's Twitter account, which also brought us accurate predictions about the size of the iPhone XS and XS Max.
On the other hand, this leak departs from an earlier indication that the base-model S10 (which is what Geskin appears to reference) would come with only 4GB of RAM. Geskin alleges that it will also come with 6GB RAM, and that one of these S10 SKUs will have 128GB in ROM. He is also a little vague on the phone's processor, stating that it will come with either the Snapdragon 845 or its sucessor, and that it will cost between US$650 and $750.
Despite this uncertainty, it is a reasonably safe bet that there will be at least one Galaxy S10 of some description next year. Samsung's first foldable phone is also possibly set for release then, but at a rumored price of about $2000 it is not likely to form the basis of reliable yearly revenues in 2019.