This Is What The Samsung Foldable Smartphone With Dual Display Will Look Like

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This Is What The Samsung Foldable Smartphone With Dual Display Will Look Like

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Previously, a teaser video was released, indicating the fact that Samsung is ‘maybe’ working on a dual sided smartphone. Speculations rose around the fact that if the display is on the outside of the phone housing, it’s not a foldable smartphone at all.

The text in the teaser video actually seemed to ‘curl around’ something. A freshly published patent reveals more about the kind of Galaxy Smartphones Samsung is working on.

About The Patent

Samsung has a design patent published at the USPTO (United States Patent and Trademark Office), which is titled as an ‘Electronic Device’. The patent shows a smartphone that has two separate display parts, and apparently can be folded. The smartphone has very thin sides with an edge-to-edge display, which gives it a very elegant look, especially when the device is folded.

Design & Features

For mobility, the device can be folded so that the display gets shifted to the inside. This will ensure the protection of the display, as the screen won’t be scratched or broken while carrying the device. According to your convenience, the smartphone can be folded all the way back, so that you can use one single display just like a regular smartphone.

Images from the design patent show enough space at the front to house a selfie camera. The rear of the smartphone has a dual camera setup which is vertically positioned. Interestingly, the Samsung smartphone also features a 3.5 mm headphone jack.

Everyone is eagerly waiting for a device like this which could combine elegance and mobility into one single foldable smartphone. Samsung may or may not release any information about its foldable device anytime soon, but if it does so, we’ll have to wait for the MWC 2019 for that.

Also Read: Samsung Patents Smart Mirror TV, A Mirror & Television As One

The design patent of the Samsung foldable smartphone can be seen here

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