I loved the Infinity-V display on the M20, but I think I appreciate it a lot more on the M10. This is because the M10 is now the cheapest phone with a waterdrop display, which makes it pretty unique in the budget segment. And you can trust Samsung to make a great display, even an affordable one. The chin is thicker than the one on the M20, but it doesn't distract you much. This is an immersive display with a droplet notch on top that has a flatter curve to it, making sure it barely intrudes your viewing experience. The outline of the droplet illuminates when using face unlock or the selfie camera, which is a nice little touch from Samsung.