We already know plenty about the next Samsung smartphone, the Galaxy S10; However, things spiced up a bit
It is known at the moment that the Samsung Galaxy S10 will shape up to be a “very significant” 10th anniversary phone that will feature a new design, ultrasonic in-display reader, triple rear cameras, gradient colors, 5G and also a budget friendly version of it. However, the company has also bragged about what is believed to be the most crowd-pleasing feature.
Samsung has displayed a remarkable level of confidence as it chose to publicly attack Google and, therefore, give away its very own plans for the future smartphone.
The attack was prompted by a tweet from the official @MadeByGoogle Twitter account when the company announced the new Pixel 3 and Pixel 3XL, inviting users to leave feedback. Samsung replied to this tweet by saying: “You could land a plane on it.”
With Samsung S10 coming in just a few months, it’s pretty clear that the company has no plans to copy Apple’s rivals by releasing its phone with a notch.
Even though Samsung has mocked the notched before, the timing on this one is crucial. Ask Google, who mocked Apple for removing the headphone jack just to remove it from the Pixel 2XL the next year.