According to reports from South Korean website ET News, Samsung could be launching the Galaxy S10 with a flat-screen display. The report was quoted by a company executive who stated that the company was developing a new type of OLED display for the Galaxy S10 that would feature a flat-screen display. Rumours suggest that the upcoming Galaxy S10 could be launched in several sizes.
The Galaxy S9 and S9+ come with an OLED display that is made from the M8 generation but the Galaxy S10 could be expected to come with M9 OLED display. The new display would be a combination of organic material, which would include the compounds constituting of colour components for LED's (Light Emitting Diodes).
Rumours suggest that Samsung would change the supplier for the red component of its M9 screen, which was supplied by Duksan Neolux but Samsung would now seek it from Dow Chemicals. There could be a similar approach for other colours like green and blue.
According to reports from ET News, the upcoming Galaxy S10 could come with three different displays that include a 5.8inch flat OLED display, 5.8-inch curved OLED display and a 6.2-inch curved OLED display.
The Samsung Galaxy S10 would feature 5G technology and is likely to sport an in-display fingerprint sensor.