Samsung is preparing a new generation of OLED screens that will be used in the different variants of the Galaxy S10. A recent information from Korea about new suppliers of chemicals for these screens has revealed additional informations about the three variants of the Galaxy S10.
As we have read, Samsung will again introduce the option of flat screen with the base model of 5.8″. Of course, this does not mean that Samsung is going to say goodbye to the variants with curved screen but there will be two models with curved screen of 5.8″ and 6.2″.
Samsung plans to use a new generation (called “M9”) of OLED panels for these phones. This year, Samsung has used the M8 generation for the Galaxy S9, S9+ and Note 9 screens, but upgrading to the new generation requires new forms of organic materials.
As for the material suppliers, Samsung is working with new companies to provide the organic chemical materials necessary for the red, green and blue sub-pixels. These will replace the chemicals used in the Galaxy S9 and Galaxy Note 9.
Previous reports did say the Galaxy S10 won’t have an in-display fingerprint sensor, and that it won’t have a triple-lens camera on the back either. Samsung has already started mass-producing Galaxy S10 panels, ETNews also said, and the phone is expected to launch at MWC 2019 in late February.