The design of these Samsung smartphones can vary. In addition, cutouts for inner cameras have also been made in these new foldable smartphones.
South Korean company Samsung has filed a patent for three new (Foldable Smartphone) foldable smartphones. According to the report, these patents from Samsung have been accepted. It is being told that the design of these Samsung smartphones can be different. In addition, cutouts for inner cameras have also been made in these new foldable smartphones. It is being told in the report that Samsung filed a patent for all three of these foldable smartphones at the World Intellectual Property Office in April, which has recently been accepted.
An outward folding screen in two inward in one
According to the report, Samsung’s patent for these foldable smartphones was accepted on 15 October. This patent mentions three different designs. It is being told that two of these smartphones will have an outward folding screen. While an inward folding screen will be found.
Samsung working on expandable display
It is being told that Samsung has filed another patent. According to the report, Samsung is working on a phone with an expandable display. In this smartphone, users can enlarge or shrink the screen according to their needs. There will be a plate in its backside, with the help of which the size of the screen can be reduced or enlarged.
Galaxy S21 and Galaxy S21 Ultra design leaked
The design of Samsung’s upcoming smartphones Galaxy S21 and Galaxy S21 Ultra has been leaked. Samsung also confirmed about these smartphones and said that the flagship lineup is coming. However, the company said about their name that it will launch the Plus and Ultra models. According to the leaked design, this Samsung smartphone will look like the Galaxy S20.
Can be launched next year
The leaked information has not told when the Samsung S21 series will launch. However, it is being told in the report that the company can launch this series in January next year. It is being told that with this the company can also launch Galaxy Buds 2.