The Samsung Galaxy S10 lineup is rumored to arrive with display holes next year, but one of the models may have a slightly different design. The larger Galaxy S10+ is expected to feature dual front-facing cameras and a leaker claims that this is why it will have a different display hole design than the rest.

Noted Twitter leaker Ice Universe (@UniverseIce) recently said that the Galaxy S10 Lite, the standard S10 and the S10+ will all have Super AMOLED displays that feature holes for the front-facing cameras. However, the leaker also said that the larger Galaxy S10+ will have dual front-facing cameras. Without being too specific, the leaker said that the hole design on the Galaxy S10+ display will be “slightly different.”

Previous leaks and speculations suggest that the dual front-facing cameras on the Galaxy S10+ could feature one with a regular sensor and another with a wide-angle lens. If this turns out to be true, then this means that one of the camera lenses will be a bit larger than the other. This means that Samsung would need to put different sized display cutouts to accommodate both lenses.

Having two different sized holes on the display may not look all too pleasing if they are placed asymmetrically. This is why it is now being speculated that Samsung might simply put a pill-shaped display cutout to accommodate both of the cameras, as pointed out by Phone Arena. Having a single pill-shaped display cutout may give the Galaxy S10+ a cleaner look, but it’s difficult to say how this could affect the phone’s usable screen real estate.

Samsung has already confirmed that it’s working on a variety of new Infinity Display designs. It’s widely believed that the South Korean phone maker will be implementing the Infinity O display design for the entire Galaxy S10 lineup, which is rumored to have a total of four variants. The Infinity O design features a single circular cutout in the upper left corner of the display to accommodate the front-facing camera.

It’s currently being rumored that the upcoming Galaxy A8s will be the very first Samsung smartphone to come with an Infinity O display. Last week, it was discovered that the Galaxy A8s has already been certified by the FCC under the model number SM-G8870.

The FCC filing also included a screenshot taken from the Galaxy A8s display, and it clearly shows notifications on the left side being moved slightly to the center, probably to make room for the display cutout, according to GSM Arena.

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The Galaxy S10+ may have a pill-shaped hole on its display to accommodate dual front-facing cameras. LLUIS GENE/AFP/Getty Images