Foldable phones are becoming more famous, even though they aren’t really that strong or durable. Now we find out that Samsung has a new patent for a foldable design that may show up in a future version of the Samsung Galaxy Note.

The guys over at Patently Mobile have found patents that were granted to Samsung for a future foldable device. This new device may be the future of the Samsung Galaxy Note. This patent was granted in June 2019, and it shows a new device that looks a bit like the Galaxy Z Flip, but with an S-Pen or Touch Pen. It also shows a Pen fixing unit that would keep the S Pen units in place. It also mentions an elastic unit designed to apply an elastic force to the first and second bodies of the smartphone. We don’t know if the next Samsung Galaxy Note will arrive with this design or not. Let’s remember that this is still a patent, and some patents just ever make it to a real production unit. You can find the complete patent by following this link.

Source Patently Mobile




A former bilingual teacher that left the classrooms to join the team of Pocketnow as a news editor and content creator for the Spanish audience. An artist by nature who enjoys video games, guitars, action figures, cooking, painting, drawing and good music.

You May Also Like
blood glucose monitoring
Samsung might soon launch a smartwatch running Wear OS
Samsung is bringing back Google’s Wear OS – previously known as Android Wear – to its smartwatch portfolio after using the in-house Tizen OS.
Samsung Galaxy Chromebook vs Google Pixelbook
Samsung Galaxy Chromebook 2 vs Google Pixelbook: Where to put your money?
Samsung Galaxy Chromebook 2 caught your attention, but enticed by Google Pixelbook too? Read this comparison to find the right device for you
huawei electric car
HUAWEI is reportedly planning to launch electric cars as early as 2021
HUAWEI has already started designing its electric vehicles that will reportedly have a mass-market appeal and has tasked Richard Yu to lead.