Samsung is investing a lot of its efforts in the research and development of foldable smartphones. The proposals are in sight, with the Galaxy Z Fold and Z Flip models, there is a website dedicated to the development of folding and roll-up screens and there are several registered patents for products with folding screens.
There are now new indications of Samsung’s intentions to launch a smartphone with a three-part folding screen.
Earlier there was talk of a Galaxy Z Fold Tab smartphone, a model that folded into three parts. But now, according to a new patent, shared by LetsGoDigital, it has been registered with WIPO – the world’s intellectual property organization.
Samsung’s new tripartite smartphone
From the images, this new patent brings us a real smartphone in Z. The equipment has two hinges and a screen that expands to large dimensions.
As far as anyone can know, Samsung may be creating a smartphone with support for the S Pen, with camera under the screen, HDMI connection, fingerprint sensor on the screen and triple camera.
In this shared image, there is also an indication of the existence of two batteries, two antennas and an explanation of how the smartphone bends.
This is another strong indication of what Samsung could be creating for its line of folding smartphones, and the future is promising for this segment.
As for these tripartite models, there is no indication of when they will reach the market, but it shouldn’t be long.
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