Samsung Galaxy S10 to have a 600 PPI screen

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600 PPI is a lot. Not even the current Samsung flagship has a pixel density like this.

According to a reputable leaker “Ice Universe”, the display on the upcoming Galaxy S10 will be something special. It “will exceed 600 PPI”. Here is some context – the current Samsung flagship, the S9, has a PPI of 570 and iPhone X has a screen resolution of 458 PPI.


Sure, those are impressive numbers, however, keep in mind one thing… at these sizes, 5.5 – 7 inches, it is very, very difficult to tell the difference in PPI at this level. And the PPI isn’t the only measurement of a screen’ quality, however, considering that this will be a Samsung panel, you should’t worry about the quality.

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But the good news doesn’t stop there. The phone is expected to have a scree-to-body ratio of 93 percent, and possibly a fingerprint reader under the screen, since the technology already exists.

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