Additional patents from the giant company present interesting ideas that can appear in real devices very soon
Shortly after he was exposed to it Interesting patent The world's largest smartphone maker AMOLED Flexible that curves to the back of the device and turns the entire thin side part of it into a new kind of touch interface - we also get information about another patent and even further away, which will stretch the flexible screen to half the back of the smartphone.
The current patent feels almost like a natural extension of the previous one - since if the company has the technical ability to bend the display to the side of the smart device - why not stretch it a little further and create an action area that can be programmatically separated from the main front display, but used for a variety of original operations Have been available until now.
The Chinese Meizu has already proven the whole thing with relative success in its Pro 7 and Pro 7 Plus devices, camera When taking selfies or dedicated control menus - and Samsung could be the one to take the concept a step further in its sophistication and elegance, if the patent in question does turn from a dream into a reality somewhere in the near future.
Along with threats that are slowly threatening to take over the entire surface of the device, Samsung is also exploring options to provide improved security for its customers - among other things by a sensor that will scan the user's palm and based on the unique characteristics of each person. Similar to Facebook's FaceID Dark, Such a system could ostensibly replace the use of fingerprint scanning on which the vast majority of smartphones on the market are currently based - albeit as in the case of Dark, Here too we hope that this will not be replaced, but only the addition of a secure layer to anyone who wishes to.
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