Samsung Galaxy A8s’ Alleged Screen Protector With a Tiny Hole for Front Camera (Leaked)

“The Galaxy A8s is the upcoming mid-range smartphone from Samsung expected to be launched early next year”

The Samsung Galaxy A8s smartphone will have an all-display fascia and a likely piercing on top to house a selfie camera. The ambitious notch-less mid-range smartphone is confirmed to arrive with a truly bezel-less edge-to-edge display, and reports suggest that it’ll have an in-display front camera. Now, ahead of its official launch, the alleged screen protector of the Galaxy A8s  has surfaced online. The protector further sort of confirms a hole in the handset’s display. As can be seen in the image (above), the hole seems to be in the middle with no opening towards the top, which means that there’ll be part of display up top as well. It’ll be interesting to see how the technology will pan out and what screen-to-body ratio the Galaxy A8s will achieve. Sadly, we don’t have any other detail about the smartphone at the moment.

                                                                                           

In the meantime, the battery capacity and the screen-to-body ratio of the Galaxy S10+ have surfaced on the interwebs. The flagship offering from Samsung is expected to launch next year with a 5.8-inch edge-to-edge display. The latest leak suggests that the Galaxy S10+ could house a beefy 4,000mAh battery, a jump from its predecessor Galaxy S9+ 3,500mAh battery. Moreover, the handset is speculated to feature an impressive 93.4 percent screen to body ratio. To be into perspective, it’ll be higher than the Galaxy S9’s screen-to-body aspect ratio of 83.6 percent and the OPPO Find X’s 93.8 percent ratio.

Apart from this, previous leaks  suggest that Samsung has three Galaxy S10 smartphones in work. While the name of the models is not revealed yet, one of them is expected to come with a flat display and the other two with curved edge panels. The handsets are also tipped to feature an ultrasonic in-display fingerprint sensor and Qualcomm’s upcoming 7nm Snapdragon 8150 or Exynos 9820 chipset. Samsung is rumoured to launch the phones in February 2019, and they are expected to arrive in a total of six colour options – including black, grey, blue, red, green, and yellow.

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