Samsung may give up the second screen of the Galaxy Fold second generation. This is illustrated by a patent recently filed by the company.
The patent, unearthed by leaking calling himself David Kowalski cooperation with landscaped gardens manufacturing company named Figto ( Pigtou ), presents descriptions and diagrams of what could be the design of the Galaxy Fold 2. Among other things, it reveals Samsung’s ideas about the nature of the instrument.
As you can see in the 3D graphics created by Piggetto according to the drawings in the patent application, on the outside of the phone instead of a regular screen like any other phone, it features a narrow display strip, presumably for notification purposes only.
Samsung has previously tried a tiny alert screen on the Galaxy Z Flip . However, in recent years, apart from the vertically folding handset of Samsung, all other companies have given up the use of this feature, so Samsung’s choice can be puzzled.
Additional details include a new folding mechanism, more akin to the original Galaxy Z Flip than the original Galaxy Fold: Instead of allowing the screen to fold in half at the midpoint, the axis is hollow and allows the screen to roll in, which is expected to improve its durability and longevity. In addition, the charts show a camera with only two lenses and a switch that is likely to be electrically opened.
Of course, one important thing to remember is that a patent does not mean that the actual device will eventually look like it.