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Samsung Reveals Stunning Rollable Phone Designs | Digital Trends Spanish

According to reports, Samsung has filed patents for 10 new foldable phone designs. These include smartphones with roll-up, scroll-down, and slide-out screens. The patents are representative of Samsung’s vision for the future of foldable phones. patentlyapple was the first to report on these new patents published by the World Intellectual Property Organization. Recently, Samsung filed 10 more patentsbringing the total to 20.

The Korean tech giant already dominates the foldable smartphone segment with its Fold and Flip series of smartphones. And these patents indicate that the brand is serious about taking its folding game to the next level. Samsung may have plans to release slider foldable phones soon. The company showed off a prototype multi-roll phone in May, adding more weight to its plans to launch a slider-style phone. While patents don’t always translate into actual products, they do offer a peek behind the curtain at what might come in the future.

For these latest patents, there are a few things that stand out. One of the patents (seen above) shows a device with a standard smartphone-like body. However, one end extends to transform the device into a small tablet. It’s the same general idea of ​​a phone as the Z Fold 4, but it achieves the phone/tablet hybrid with a different design.

Another patent reveals what this type of roller would look like from the back (above). Here, we see that the back is separated into two sections, with the roll-up screen connecting them in the middle. It sounds like it could introduce a whole host of durability concerns, but it’s still exciting to see Samsung playing around with other form factors like this.

SamMobile recently revealed a concept design of Samsung’s purported rollable screen phone in collaboration with Jermaine Smit, popularly known as Concept Creator. The concept provides us with a representation of what Samsung’s future rollable phone could look like. In the image, we can see a phone with a screen that wraps around the rear panel. There is a thick bar on the right side of the screen that appears to contain the rear camera module. We guess the screen would roll out horizontally as one of TCL’s rollable screen concepts.

Samsung has yet to announce any details of its upcoming slider phones, and it will likely be a while before that changes. We expect Samsung to continue its foldable family with the Galaxy Z Fold 4 and Z Flip 4 later this year. However, the release of a slider phone seems to be a long way off.

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