Samsung revealed during its annual developers conference last week that it was developing Infinity Displays with different types of notches. Now, a leaker may have revealed that one of those will be featured on the budget version of next year’s Galaxy S10.

The budget model of the Galaxy S10 is said to arrive with a flat Infinity O display, according to Ben Geskin (@VenyaGeskin1). For those unaware, the Infinity O display was teased last week by Samsung as a screen with a small circular hole located near its edge. The notch will most likely house the front-facing camera and will only cover a small portion of screen real estate.

The Infinity O display is very reminiscent of the Asus ZenFone 6 prototype that was leaked last month. The Infinity O display is certainly unique and provides more of a true bezel-less look. Its hole may not be as obtrusive as a regular notch, but it’s not hard to imagine that some users still won’t like it.

As for internal specs, Geskin said that the budget Galaxy S10 model might be powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 or the Snapdragon 8150. The 845 is this year’s flagship chipset, but Samsung could use it on the budget Galaxy  S10 model to further cut down on costs. The Snapdragon 8150 is believed to be the successor to the 845 and it would make a lot more sense if Samsung uses it on this device despite being a budget model.

The leaker also claimed that the base model of the Galaxy S10 will have 4GB of RAM and 64GB of storage. The handset will also have 6GB RAM/64GB and 6GB RAM/128GB configurations. On the back, the handset is said to come with dual cameras. The regular Galaxy S10 and Galaxy S10 Plus were previously reported to arrive with triple-camera setups on their backs.

Another feature that’s expected on the Galaxy S10 and Galaxy S10 Plus is the inclusion of an in-display fingerprint scanner. Geskin said that the budget model of the Galaxy S10 will also skip on the technology and will instead arrive with a side-mounted fingerprint scanner. That might disappoint a lot of consumers, but at least the handset won’t be as expensive as the regular Galaxy S10 and the Galaxy S10 Plus. Geskin said that the budget version of the Galaxy S10 will cost somewhere between $650 and $750.

Samsung hasn’t revealed a launch date for its Galaxy S01 lineup. However, the trio of new handsets are expected to be announced in late February during Mobile World Congress 2019, according to Phone Arena.