This Is How They "Revived" Samsung's Rollable Screen Phone Patent 1
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The smartphone industry thanks to concept devices from TCL and OPPO ” with rollable screen” is no stranger to smartphones. Samsung, on the other hand, can be said to have knowledge of rollable screens since it showed rollable OLED TVs a long time ago. Now it has been revealed that Samsung has received a patent that will inspire its first rollable smartphone.

A long time ago, we came across an example Samsung patent, but this patent contains much more information. LetsGoDigital, on the other hand, worked with a concept artist to create stunning landscapes of Samsung’s first rollable smartphone, giving a very clear picture of what the phone might look like. In this drawing, OPPO X 2021, we see a Samsung phone with a display that extends outward in a form similar to the one we saw with . You may be able to actively switch it to “tablet mode” by increasing the screen size by up to 50%.

The screen basically hangs as it can no longer be supported by the phone case in its extended format. Fortunately, it has a secondary bezel to support the screen when in this form, keeping it stable. Therefore, it will not have a problem in case of multiple daily use. So it will be possible to use an S Pen without worrying about the screen flexing.

This Is How They "Revived" Samsung's Rollable Screen Phone Patent 2 LetsGoDigital

Placing the phone on a flat surface may cause problems as it will cause it to shake due to two misaligned screens. Also, Samsung seems to be planning to use multi-related hinge structures and elastic material cinemas to smooth the transition between the folded and unfolded state that will work with the roll.

Among many other features, the mysterious Samsung rollable smartphone will also feature three rear camera modules and an under-display selfie camera. Users will be able to expand and retract the smartphone’s screen via a special toggle in the system UI. Although the smartphone seems sufficient on paper, it is unlikely that it will be on the shelves anytime soon. So for now, we’ll have to settle for concept images from LetsGoDigital. . .

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