Now that the Galaxy S10 is here, do you like its hole-in-display design?
Galaxy S10 family, and with seemingly good results.
Samsung introduced the Infinity-O display as a twinkle in its designer team's eyes not long ago, but, lo and behold, we present you the Galaxy S10 and S10+.
The anniversary editions of the flagship S-line are gunning for the 90% screen-to-body ratio if we count the selfie camera openings at the front, but even this "all-screen" design has its limitations.
When gaming, for instance, the imagery stops right underneath the hole(s). When watching YouTube vids, you can either see them in the usual 16:9 manner with black bars on the sides, or stretch them to get a bit cropped and have those display holes engulf parts of the image.
On the first take, however, early users and reviewers have seemingly gotten used to the Infinity-O displays, this is why we wanted to ask you, now that the S10 is official, do you like what you see in the first OLED hole-in-display design?