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Video of Samsung Galaxy S10/S10+ screen protectors show changes coming to the displays

A video from U.K. accessories seller Mobile Fun shows a hands-on presentation of screen protectors for the upcoming Samsung Galaxy S10 and Samsung Galaxy S10+. The screen protectors are made by Olixar, and they no longer need the cutouts for the front-facing cameras and sensors that were needed for the Galaxy S9/S9+. That's because of the Infinity-O display that uses in-screen cutouts, allowing the new models to include thinner bezels.

Measuring the screen protectors allowed Mobile Fun to compute that the screen size of the Galaxy S10+ will be 6.4-inches. The Galaxy S10 display will be 6.1-inches, and those measurements confirm previous rumors. Comparing the Galaxy S10 screen protector with the same accessory for the Galaxy S9 shows that the 2019 flagship could come to market without the curved edges that have been seen on Sammy's flagship model since the Galaxy S6 edge was released in 2015.

You might recall that just yesterday, we passed along a video of a case allegedly made for the Samsung Galaxy S10+. The case was compared to the Samsung Galaxy S9+, the Samsung Galaxy Note 9 and the Oppo Find X. The video shows that we can expect the Galaxy S10+ to carry the same size screen as the Galaxy Note 9 (6.4-inches) but in a smaller body similar in size to the Galaxy S9+.

The Samsung Galaxy S10 and Galaxy S10+ are expected to be unveiled during a Samsung event to be held on February 20th. That is just days before the February 25th kick off of Mobile World Congress (MWC) 2019 in Barcelona.


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