While in theory Samsung could be developing a different device for the U.S. carrier, it's much more likely that the phone both companies are talking about is none other then the 5G Galaxy S10, which is to be officially unveiled at MWC 2019 in February. It began with the Huawei Nova 1 launched back in September 2016, and since then we have seen how intermediate models have been gaining more relevance within its segment. Both have the display camera hole in the same place, the upper-left corner of the display, for whatever reason. That's when she discovered the image being used on the Samsung Malaysia website, presented as a photo taken with the Galaxy A8 Star. Also, the UI has been built keeping in mind the compatibility with the brand's foldable device, the Galaxy Fold so that it can provide a seamless use of the two displays. At the front, the device is expected to feature a 25-megapixel selfie camera. It is said to be powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 710 SoC paired with 6GB RAM and 128GB internal storage.
The handset is rumored to pack a 3,400mAh battery and it will have a USB Type-C port.
The leak indeed shows a triple camera setup on the rear, with all three cameras arranged horizontally. Of course, the announcement can not be coincidental as both the companies were in the race to launch the first smartphone hole in display since November and it appears that Samsung was just waiting for Huawei to announce the launch date. As expected, the smartphone looks like it is bezel-less except for the chin and the top side of the phone.
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She added, "The global community can not keep turning a blind eye every time Iran blatantly ignores Security Council resolutions".
As for other rumoured specifications, the display is believed to be a 6.3-inch IPS LCD panel manufactured by BOE. If it does, it won't be available through any of the major carriers.
Samsung and Huawei are in a tight race to commercially release the world's first smartphone with in-display camera technology, but the global leader in shipments just pulled (narrowly) ahead by confirming an earlier Galaxy A8s announcement.