That's what a recent Samsung patent application suggests.
Even the vertically aligned dual-camera setup on the top left corner is strikingly similar. This patent shows a handset with nearly 100% screen-to-body ratio, which as it happens is quite futuristic as of now since it is hard to decipher where the selfie camera and earpiece are placed, if such a handset sees the light of the day.
However, the patent shows that the Samsung next flagship will iPhone x have but still it not confirmed and no one can guarantee that the phone will be release with same design. There also appears to be antenna lines present on the back panel of the phone.
On the lower end of the phone the phone are the headphone Jack, USB and grille for the speaker.
The notch design has been a contentious topic among smartphone users.
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The only thing that appears to be missing from the device is a physical fingerprint scanner. It all began with the Essential Phone, which featured a very small notch for its front-facing camera.
Most impressive of all is the fact that the iPhone X, which was slammed as being too expensive, earned 5x the combined profits of more than 600 Android device makers. They really, really hate the notch.
For those who aren't big fans of the notch, Samsung is also working on something else.
It has to be noted everything that gets registered in a patent office may not make it into the final device that hits the market as companies' sometimes tend to make several designs for reference objective before finalizing the actual product. Samsung has filed a patent for a phone that features a 99 percent screen-to-body ratio.
Samsung files patent for new Galaxy phone with iPhone X notch.