Samsung’s new foldable smartphone patent leaked!

Samsung Galaxy Fold successor to come with a double folding screen and more!

Samsung has been facing a tough time lately ever since the Galaxy Fold launch and recalls afterwards. The Samsung Galaxy Fold was a great product marred by a lot of screen and durability issues. Now a lot of tech media has leaked a new design patent for Samsung’s folding screen design. It has an outward folding design and a double curved screen.

According to Letsgodigital, the Samsung patent was filed at the US Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) at the end of 2017 and was released on May 28, 2019. It was released under the heading “Foldable electronic devices including flexible screens.” Samsung’s folding phone features a full-screen design with a perforated screen on the flexible screen.

This Samsung folding screen phone features a flexible screen, especially with curved sides, and the device features an edge display. The front camera is at the top of the left half of the flexible screen, and the front camera can be used in both folded and unfolded positions (this is not an under-screen camera, it is a perforated camera).

samsung foldable smartphone new patent

The patent further states that a flash and heart rate monitor has been added. The speaker and some sensors are placed on top of the phone. At the bottom, there is a microphone on the left, a charging port on the right, and no 3.5mm headphone jack is present.

So guys are you excited about the new folding smartphone by Samsung? Do let us know your thoughts about the same in the comments section below!

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Samsung’s new foldable smartphone patent leaked!

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