Whether this wraparound display technology will be featured in a Samsung Galaxy Note or S phone remains to be seen, but it would certainly be refreshing if both the information included in this patent as well as the foldable display are included across several phones.
Samsung has filled at least half a dozen patents for its upcoming foldable smartphone Galaxy X and this new patent just looks like the one we all are waiting for.
A new sort of Samsung Galaxy smartphone was revealed in schematics drawings this week with a wrap-around display.
For now, take the latest Samsung patent filing with a proverbial grain of salt. The Chinese manufacturer launched the series this past July, and its first offering features a secondary display that's located at the back of the handset. When the device is not in use, the screens will fold together to protect the display. However, unlike the Meizu series of dual-screen phones, Samsung's invention is one single unit. The right display, however, has a traditional smartphone design with a physical button under it.
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It's also possible that Samsung could be preparing another edge variant for the Galaxy S8's successor. The sketches are rather crude in the sense that they don't reveal much else about the design, and instead, they focus exclusively on this particular display characteristic.
The possibilities for Samsung's new invention are limitless.
Incidentally, this isn't the first time that we are seeing a double-sided display smartphone. The application was originally submitted in 2015 in Korea and in 2016 in the US.