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Samsung already killed the notch with the Galaxy S10 — now it’s trying to design a ‘perfect full-screen’ phone

Business Insider Thursday, 14 March 2019 ()
Samsung already killed the notch with the Galaxy S10 — now it’s trying to design a ‘perfect full-screen’ phone· Samsung is working on a new phone design with a full screen, according to a Korean news outlet.
· To achieve this look, Samsung is trying to embed the phone's cameras and sensors beneath its display.
· The technology is likely still a little ways away, as the report says it wouldn't be possible to make a full-screen phone...
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