Samsung is working on a new flagship device, according to a new report.
According to a report by Japanese magazine Famitsu, the Korean giant is expected to unveil its new flagship in 2019.
Famitsu says that Samsung is expected use the smartphone’s new curved screen to create an “unusual” shape, which is said to resemble the shape of a phone’s front-facing camera.
The article notes that the device’s design will not be revealed until 2019, and the exact design is not yet confirmed.
The report adds that the Samsung Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S9, the first smartphones to use the curved screen, will be unveiled in 2019, with the Galaxy S10 and Galaxy X Pro releasing later.
The device’s name, Galaxy Note8, will likely be revealed at an event at Samsung’s headquarters in Korea, Famitsu said.
The news comes as Samsung gears up for the Galaxy Note 10, which will debut in the coming months, and a Samsung TV with a curved screen is also expected to arrive in 2019 that could be powered by a Snapdragon 820 chip.