Samsung has filed a patent for a dual-folding smartphone with an S Pen port


Samsung has filed a patent for a dual-folding smartphone with an S Pen port

Samsung has filed a patent for a dual-folding smartphone with an S Pen port

Samsung plans to advance the foldable phone technology by offering significant improvements. A new leak suggests that the South Korean giant will soon develop a dual-folding smartphone; That is, it folds and unfolds in two directions.

quoted from DihtalTrends and according to information from LetsGoDigital, the phone will have two hinges to support three parts of the screen. In this way, one part of the phone can be folded forward and the other part backward to form a Z shape. On the eve of the Society for Information Display (SID) 2021 event, Samsung unveiled this double-folding concept called “S-Foldable”. Its 7.2-inch screen is said to be roughly the size of the Galaxy Z Fold 3 screen.

Also, findings for some S Pen related technologies There is the famous Samsung. In July 2021, Samsung Electronics filed a patent for a dual-folding phone with S Pen in the World Intellectual Property Office. Now, page 66 of the document details the patent.

The findings suggest that when the phone is folded, it looks like a regular phone but is much thicker. The screen on the right in the unfolded state forms the front screen, and behind it there is a space to place the S Pen. The pen magnetically snaps into place and charges.

  • Samsung filed a patent for a new smartphone with the ability to fold and roll

Samsung also filed a patent for a sliding phone; But not much information is available. On the other hand, it is not clear whether the dual-folding technology will be used in the upcoming Galaxy Z Fold 4, which is expected to enter the market by August 2022. Despite the fact that future technology may increase the price of folding; It can become a special and unique product in the market.

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