Samsung just reminded us that the Galaxy Fold is an accident waiting to happen
Samsung just reminded us that the Galaxy Fold is an accident waiting to happenStill, it’s a win for Samsung in the sense that history books will remember that 2019 was the year of the foldable, and Samsung was at the forefront of the foldable revolution. But if you’ve bought a Fold or plan to buy one, Samsung would like to remind you that the phone will break if you aren’t careful with it.
However, Samsung is also working on smartphone designs unlike anything seen on the Galaxy S Top and bottom bezels are also present on many devices right now, although flagship handsets Samsung may not be adopting the waterfall display design that Huawei introduced this year with the
However, Samsung is also working on smartphone designs unlike anything seen on the Galaxy S Top and bottom bezels are also present on many devices right now, although flagship handsets Samsung may not be adopting the waterfall display design that Huawei introduced this year with the.
Samsung is expected to launch at least three flagship smartphones next year, including the Galaxy S11, Fold 2, and Note 10. But when it comes to design changes, only the Fold 2 is expected to get a significant makeover, according to recent reports.
The Galaxy S11 and Note 11 may look a lot like their predecessors, although Samsung will probably add discrete changes in order to help consumers tell all of their phones apart. However, Samsung is also working on smartphone designs unlike anything seen on the Galaxy S or Note series so far.
Samsung Galaxy S10 gets DeX support and Note 10 camera features
At least in certain regions
has been working on phones with curved displays that don’t look anything like what we’ve seen equip a flagship device from the Galaxy A series, calling the unreleased device Galaxy A100. then see it on Galaxy S and Note phones of the future, because that ’s how Samsung is doing things now.
A report from a solid source that just hit the wire on Friday morning suggests that Samsung may finally have a launch schedule in place for its As it turns out, Samsung is in the early stages of working on a radical new smartphone design that would be completely unlike anything we’ve seen before.
Like all other smartphone vendors, Samsung is working on a phone with a true all-screen design. The selfie camera remains the only front-facing element that can’t be removed or placed under the screen for now, although everyone in the business is looking at under-display cameras. Top and bottom bezels are also present on many devices right now, although flagship handsets have thinner bezels all around the screen.
Samsung may not be adopting the waterfall display design that Huawei introduced this year with the Mate 30 Pro, but that’s one way to minimize side bezels, although it involves extreme display curvatures that may be more prone to accidental damage. And Samsung is also looking at ways of permanently removing top and bottom bezels.
Samsung unveils new foldable flip phone concept
It looks like a folding flip phone“This brand-new form factor that we’re now exploring will not only easily fit in your pocket, but it also changes the way you use your phone,” explained Hyesoon Jeong, head of Samsung’s framework R&D group, onstage at Samsung’s Developer Conference. The idea behind the concept is to take Samsung’s foldable smartphone technology and push it to “become more compact,” and extend to new device form factors.
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One of the biggest changes on the design front that common sense would dictate in a second-generation edition of the Galaxy Fold next year is it should be more durable than its predecessor. Samsung is working on a phone design unlike anything ever seen on a Galaxy device .
Dutch blogdiscovered a Samsung patent application from earlier this year that shows a phone design featuring a “3D” wraparound display that extends beyond all four edges, and imagined how such a device might look based on Samsung’s illustrations:
The phone has no physical buttons, but virtual ones are placed alongside the edges of the screen in some of the images included in the patent. There’s no selfie camera cutout, which implies that the selfie cam is placed under the screen. As for those curved edges that exceed the kind of curvatures available on the Galaxy S10 and Note 10 phones, the patent does say that the device would feature “improved impact resistance at a bent area.”
Samsung isn’t the first company to study such smartphone designs, withhaving been disclosed several years ago in similar patent documentation. However, all these smartphone makers might be waiting for other technological breakthroughs for such designs to become a reality.
At least two things need to happen before phones with wraparound display become real. Screen makers have to craft displays with built-in selfie cams, and glassmakers need to forge even stronger glass. A crucial third innovation concerns wireless charging, which would allow handset makers to ditch charging ports as well.
As with other patents, there’s no telling when Samsung will start manufacturing phones like the concept shown in these illustrations. But it’s probably safe to say it won’t be next year.
World's first 5G tablet, Samsung's Galaxy Tab S6, to launch this year .
The latest generation of Samsung's Galaxy tablet series, the Galaxy Tab S6, will launch with 5G connectivity during the first quarter of this year. With smartphone manufacturers worldwide adding 5G connectivity to their flagship devices, Samsung is set to be the first to equip a tablet with the technology. Though the company touts that it will be launching the device in the first quarter of this year, that is the case only for the Korean market.