Samsung Patent a smartphone with weird triple-stacked display smartphone design


From the past few years, we have been coming across through some very uniquely designed smartphones. While some of the most recent designs are still in productions, we have come across with a completely new smartphone design from Samsung.

South Korean giant, Samsung has filed a new patent for a smartphone design with three display stacked on top of each other. The patent was filed by the company in August last year and was granted in March earlier this year.

Now, a render has been surfaced online from the sources of Letsgodigital, that shows the three displays being stacked on each other. There’s a middle unit at the bottom and a metal rod that holds the three parts together. As from the patent images, it is clearly visible that the user will be able to scroll left or right through parts independently of each other, which gives them a range of displays.

No doubt, this is a completely new smartphone design which is quite new and is appearing to be thin also. The company has included 10 patent sketches which show that the bottom unit is completely round-shaped. The phone also expands as a RAL-range while some colors range from the paint industry.

On looking over to the patent design, there are no visible buttons or camera sensors on the smartphone apart from the receiver. Apart from this, the back panel is looking completely smooth with no place for a camera and another tech. As of now, there is no confirmation whether this patent will move into the production or not. This design for the Samsung Display is still pending. 

Meanwhile, the South Korean giant is gearing up to launch the Samsung Galaxy Fold smartphone. The company has confirmed that it has fixed the issues and has taken measures to ensure the phone’s durability.

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