Samsung gains the copyright of an all-display Smartphone

Fahad PervezWeb Editor

10th Nov, 2020. 09:07 pm

Although Samsung Display is leading the technology when it comes to displays, it never led down to innovate further. However, the latest copyright from its sibling Samsung Electronics defies every myth with an all-display and a port less design.

The new copyright, as spotted by LetsGoDigital, is a true 100% display device. The images show multiple displays wrapped around the device. There are no ports, cameras, and physical buttons. Samsung Electronics has filed it at USPTO (US Patent and Trademark Office) back in July 2020. It has been published on October 29, 2020, and also visible in the WIPO (World Intellectual Property Office) database.

Let’s talk about the displays, we see a curved display at the front. However, the rear panel’s display sits flat. And has many semi-rounded displays on the sides. Additionally, the display is covered by transparent housing on the front and back. The report mentions that it is made of a transparent “acrylic material”.

Moreover, the device also has a sliding camera. The device supposedly has two parts with the cameras fixed to the back of the front part. Accordingly, a user needs to slide the rear part down to reveal the cameras. That said, for selfies, he/she can turn to the rear display. And use the same camera for taking selfies.

All this makes the device totally covered by display, and give a true full display smartphone experience. Further, the copyright also mentions a secondary camera hidden inside. This is reportedly to find out which display the user is staring at. Other features like in-display fingerprint sensor, speaker, and sensors are under the display.

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