Samsung's patents show an interesting array of designs that could appear in the Galaxy S10

We are still some months away from the release of Samsung's next Galaxy S smartphone but newly discovered images found on the World Intellectual Property Organization's (WIPO) website could give us our first peek at what the phone could look like.

While WIPO does have various images like the ones you see above, it doesn't actually state what phone the design will be used for. In total, there seem to be twelve different filings, each offering a slightly different take on the phone's design.

LetsGoDigital listed all of the different designs, which can be found below:

Model A: Full-screen smartphone with in-display camera on left side
Model B: Full-screen smartphone with rounded screen corners
Model C: Full-screen smartphone with edge display on right side
Model D: Full-screen smartphone with edge display on all four sides

Model E: Full-screen smartphone with edge display on top and bottom
Model F: Full-screen smartphone with edge display on left and right side
Model G: Full-screen smartphone with display that goes through the bottom to the back
Model H: Full-screen smartphone with display that goes through the top and bottom to the back

Model I: Full-screen smartphone with notch in the upper left corner
Model J: Full-screen smartphone with slot for camera and multiple sensors
Model K: Full-screen smartphone with slot for camera and multiple sensors
Model L: Full-screen smartphone with slot for dual selfie-camera

What's interesting about these designs, is that some of them were revealed during Samsung's Developer Conference that took place last week. The Infinity-O display rumors have been making the rounds but have also been backed by Evan Blass, who has been known to have a fairly solid track record when it comes to information regarding unreleased or unannounced phones.

For now, we will simply have to wait until more information is revealed from unofficial and official sources or until the debut of the next Galaxy S smartphone.

Source: LetsGoDigital

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