Galaxy S10 will come with a swipe gesture from selfie camera
Samsung recently debuted its Infinity-O technology in China with the release of Galaxy A8s. Some of the first software impressions of this device were that users were able to open the selfie camera even when the phone was locked by a mere swipe from camera hole of the device. Good news for those who are waiting for the S10 is that this feature will also be making its way for the brand new Galaxy S10.
According to the rumors, the display hole in the S10 will have a swipe gesture that will allow the user to quickly start the selfie camera. This swipe will prompt an illuminated ring around the camera cutout, furthermore, the ring will also illuminate during a switch between camera modes and successful facial recognition. Currently, the illumination is seen on an IPS LCD screen of Galaxy A8s, however, it is yet to be seen as to how will this be implemented on the AMOLED screen of Galaxy S10.
A separate leak this week revealed the possible image of a Galaxy S10+ screen protector which shows the possible bottom bezel of the S10. If the leak is accurate then it will be a really impressive feat by the South Korean giant since Android manufacturers all throughout 2018 struggled to eliminate the bottom bezel of their flagships like the iPhone X. Apple achieved this feat by curving the bottom part of the AMOLED display inward and underneath display itself. However, this engineering feat was one of the main reason why iPhone X cost so much, this could be an indication that the upcoming S10+ could very well cross the $1000 mark.