Samsung patent for a bendable device with 3 screens and fast wireless charging

Samsung patent for a bendable device with 3 screens and fast wireless charging

Samsung patent for a bendable device with 3 screens and fast wireless charging

News unit It seems Samsung is diligently working on various types of foldable devices. This company has previously produced products such as Galaxy Fold, Galaxy Fold 5G, Galaxy Z Fold2 5G and Galaxy Z Flip has been unveiled and the news indicates that it will introduce two Galaxy Z Flip 3 and Galaxy Z Fold 3 phones this summer. In this regard, last week news about a new product with the ability to fold three times was published by this company, and now to LetsGoDigital reports, the Korean giant has filed a patent for another foldable device Is.

Samsung in September 2020 made a request for presented “a folding electronic device with an electronic pen” to the World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO) and this organization on Thursday, April 22 of this year (May 2, 1400) by publishing a 52-page document, awarded this patent to the Korean company registered. Samsung refers to this tablet or phone as a “multi-folding device” and the pictures show that this product can be folded three times and thus has three screens in the middle, right and left. The central screen is twice the size of the other screens and when the left and right screens of the phone are bent outward, they are placed on the central screen so that the user can easily open and close the device. However, according to the published images, it seems that Samsung is looking to design a variant of this device that can bend inward.

Interestingly, in early 2019, images of a foldable phone from Xiaomi released what can be considered the first practical example of a device that could be folded three times, and now it seems that the smartphone described in a new Samsung patent has a lot in common with this product in terms of design.

The Korean company has also considered the magnetic S Pen for this bendable product, which is placed somewhere between the two side folding screens. The remarkable thing about this patent is that as soon as the pen is placed in its place, the fast wireless charging mode of the device will be activated. Of course, when the phone is not fully bent, but the pen is in place, the standard charging mode will be active. Also, the user can completely fold the phone without placing the S Pen completely in its place. This design has several advantages; On the one hand, it occupies the least possible space, and on the other hand, being between two folded screens prevents it from being damaged. In addition, apparently this pen is considered as an optional accessory and can not be provided with the device. In this case, based on the images, the two phone screens can be folded in such a way that there is no gap between them.

It should be said that this pen has similar features to the pens that have distinguished the Galaxy Note series phones for years. were Samsung and this year in Galaxy S21 Ultra also saw their use. Experts predict that the folding phone Galaxy Z Fold 3, which will probably be introduced in the middle of this year, will also be equipped with S Pen.

The patent document of this device also mentions two selfie cameras inside a double punch hole. Are. Also, the product’s fingerprint sensor is placed under the display layer. In addition, Samsung has placed a piezoelectric speaker under the flexible screen of this product, and a dual camera with a horizontal arrangement with a flash is installed on the back of the device.

According to the experts, the plan of this patent seems to be ambitious in general and it cannot be assured that it will finally be entrusted to the production line by the Korean company. In fact, it is very likely that Samsung to some aspects of the design of this The device is enough, but its release can inform us of the innovations and efforts that companies are making to design new examples of foldable devices.

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