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Samsung’s ultimate goal is to create "perfect full-screen" phone

15 March 2019

Speaking in a briefing the vice president of Samsung's R&D group, Yang Byung-duk, described Samsung's plans to create a phone with a full-body display, with the camera and speaker under the screen.

In a bid to make the displays as large as possible on the smartphones we buy, manufacturers have removed the bezels, but replaced them with a notch. "We tried the technology for Galaxy's 10th-anniversary model and think the strategy worked as a result".

The Galaxy S10 represents the limits of smartphone design in 2019, but Samsung's plan is to eventually bury all of the sensors and cameras underneath the display, leaving nothing but a perfectly preserved screen. Apparently not as Samsung is now working to remove it by completely hiding front-facing cameras behind the display.

"Galaxy S10 is the only smartphone that has a hole in OLED display itself", Yang pointed out.

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Yang then went on to reveal that the Infinity-O Display on the Galaxy S10 is somewhat of a milestone for screen innovation, but the real objective is to create a full-screen experience, adding that Samsung is considering implementing its own version of Crystal Sound to make that a reality.

But like the notch, punch hole displays still represent a design compromise, and aren't exactly aesthetically pleasing.

Ultimately when the technology does arrive in phones, it will likely be accompanied the integration of other technologies such as speakers and fingerprint readers in the screen itself, making the dream of the all-screen phone finally a reality.

LG Electronics Inc. adopted a similar technology in its latest smartphone, G8 ThinQ.

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