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Samsung's new patent shows the clamshell Galaxy Note

Samsung recently filed a patent for a product that, according to Ice Universe, appears to be a clamshell Galaxy Note.

As you probably know, Samsung has decided not to launch any Note series flagships this year. The main reason for this was primarily the addition of the Galaxy Z Fold series to Samsung phones, as well as the lack of a flagship chip so that Samsung could not safely market its flagships. Although we are waiting to see the Galaxy Note series next year, it is said that the Korean company intends to abandon this series completely, and the non-renewal of the Galaxy Note brand in Korea also fueled these rumors.

It seems that Samsung is working on a Galaxy Note series phone. A product that most likely benefits from the ability to fold according to a patent filed by the company. This patent was first seen on the LetsGo Digital website; A patent filed under the title Galaxy Flex Note Folding. According to the patent image, apparently there will be no secondary display for this phone. We only see a small external display that, if needed, the user can open it inwards to increase the size of the display.

As the name suggests, it looks like Samsung for this phone There is also an S-Pen. Because there is a special place for the pen on the back of the phone, which is protected by a folding screen. The back panel also uses two cameras that will probably meet the needs of users in this area.

Just because a product has been patented does not mean that we must see it unveiled. Because there were many times when a patent was registered, but we never saw it unveiled in the real world. However, if you are interested in the Note series phones, in the most optimistic way possible, we must say that you can remain hopeful about the possibility of its entry into the market. Of course, Samsung had already filed a patent based on this design, in April 2020, and in October last year, a patent was also filed in China. That's why Samsung's decision to make this product a reality seems so serious.

BingMag.com Samsung's new patent shows the clamshell Galaxy Note

It seems logical that Samsung should use the name Galaxy Note for its clamshell phones. This series is more popular among users. Samsung has even filed a patent for a roller display that opens according to the user's needs. A patent filed in 2019 shows that Samsung's roller-coated display opens vertically, while another patent shows it open horizontally.

Samsung has filed many patents in recent years. Recorded that in all of them we saw strange designs. It is not clear which of these patents will eventually become a reality. But we know one thing, and that is that if even one of these designs is to become a reality, we will see one of the most attractive and beautiful phones.


Source: PhoneArena

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