Infinity-O design, however, comply much more with multiple screen protector leaks we've seen so far, i.e. a top bezel shaved to a minimum and non-existent side bezels, with only a bottom one to speak of. These new renders make sense, as Samsung will have plenty of leeways to shrink the top bezel if it indeed takes the drill bit (or laser) to the OLED screens in order to fit the selfie camera in the hole there.
What about the Galaxy S10+ and S10 5G, though, both of which are said to arrive with dual front-facing cameras, instead of a single sensor? Well, as you can see from the freshly-squeezed renders and protectors, Samsung has taken a Solomonic judgment, cutting an ellipsis into the S10+ display to fit the two circles.
Oh, well, to each their own, at least it is not a top-bezel protrusion, but rather a geometrical display cutout. That hole-in-display design is apparently going to be the go-to "all-screen" concept in 2019 for various manufacturers. Samsung at least skipped the whole 2018 notch brouhaha and jumped directly to drill, baby, drill.