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Default Samsung patent tips new quad-curved display technology

A new patent by Samsung has hinted at a new*quad-curved display technology. Currently, one will notice that*a curved display is prominent only on the left and right sides of a few Samsung phones. A new patent shows an image with the top and bottom sides curved, leaving*bezels only on the corners of the handset. The latest patent was*filed back in July 2019 and was published by World Intellectual Property Office (WIPO) last month.

It was first spotted by a Dutch tech website LetsGoDigital. It suggests that the*corners of the phone will have a metallic frame, which will serve the purpose of durability, and offer extra protection.*The*new quad-curved display technology means that there will be very little space for the usual ****ons and ports. This further hints that Samsung could include an in-display fingerprint reader and add a selfie camera under the screen.

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However, note that the design is still a patent. Hence, whether or not the phone will be commercially available is still up in the air. Besides, In February this year, a*Samsung*patent hinted at a completely new design that the brand may work on later. The design for a smartphone screen offers a new shape for the screen with curved edges on the top and bottom. The new ‘arcs’ on the top and bottom are actually both secondary displays.




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The curved screen is actually constructed with three parts. The first of these is a standard rectangular screen in the middle of the Samsung smartphone. The other two are the secondary display ‘arcs’. Though acting in unison, the two arcs are not a part of the main screen. They will also not behave like an extension of the main screen at all times.*During media and gaming, the Samsung phone’s edges will act as quick shortcut bars.



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