Samsung had an incredible year of smartphones this 2018 and now everyone is looking forward to the Galaxy S10, which is expected to arrive early next year. A new leak suggests that the Samsung Galaxy S10 will arrive with a “punch hole” cutout in its display, which may be the first time that Samsung will put a notch on one of its phones.

The cutout will house the front-facing camera of the Galaxy S10, according to notorious leaker Evan Blass (@evleaks). His description of the notch seems to suggest that Samsung will use its Infinity O display on the handset. Samsung briefly showed the Infinity O display during its developers conference last week, and it’s also rumored to be on the budget version of the Galaxy S10.

The Infinity O display comes with a circular cutout in its display and it’s located off-center near the edge of the screen. This is something that’s not been included in a smartphone before, except for a leaked prototype of the Asus ZenFone 6 that surfaced online last month.

Blass also said that Samsung will put an in-display fingerprint sensor on the Galaxy S10. This is something that’s been rumored for a long time now, but Blass has specifically mentioned that it will be an ultrasonic sensor instead of optical. This type of fingerprint sensor uses ultrasonic sound waves to capture a 3D image of the user’s fingerprint.

As for optical sensors, which are already being used by some manufacturers like OnePlus; they use light emitted from the display to capture an image of the user’s fingerprint. It’s believed that ultrasonic fingerprint sensors are more accurate and secure.

Blass also provided some details on what types of cameras will be on the Galaxy S10. The upcoming Samsung flagship will have a triple-camera setup on its back, which has already been rumored before. However, Blass added that Samsung will be using a combination of standard, wide and telephoto lenses for its triple-camera setup. This should provide users with more options on how to take photos and there’s probably some new software features to enhance the experience.

Lastly, Blass said that the Galaxy S10 will run Samsung’s new One UI software on top of Android Pie. This shouldn’t be a huge shock to anyone since Samsung already said during its developers conference that One UI will be on all its future smartphones, including the foldable smartphone with the Infinity Flex display. One of the best features of Samsung’s new user interface is the inclusion of a dark theme, as pointed out by Android Police.