Recently, it is to be reported that Samsung is working on the next generation of OLED displays dubbed M9 and it will be used in the Galaxy S10. This time the company will launch not two but three variants of the Galaxy S10, to mark the tenth anniversary of the flagship line. Samsung will reintroduce a flat display option with the base 5.8” model.
You will also find a curved 5.8” option in the middle version. The top version will have a curved 6.2” display. Each model is expected to look different and offer unique specs. The top-end model is expected to come with the support of 5G.
Samsung Will Reintroduce Flat Displays to the Galaxy S10
According to the report, Samsung is working with new companies for the organic chemicals for the Red, Green and Blue subpixels. These will be used for the M9 generation. They will also replace the M8 chemicals used in the Galaxy S9 and Note9.
This report also indicated that the chemicals used for the latest Apple displays go under the LT2 designation. SamMobile claims that the Galaxy S10 models will be available in Black, White, Yellow and Green colours. However, not all colours will be available in all markets and that some markets may receive also gradient options. It has also been reported that the one 5.8-inch model and the Plus-sized model will come with an in-display fingerprint sensor.