- Samsung has filed a patent for a device which will hide the front camera.
- It will also support the S pen.
- The company is testing a futuristic implementation.
After experimenting various things to expand the viewing experience now the smartphone brands are working with the real in-display front facing setup and that means users will not find any cut out on the screen or there will be no pop-up mechanism to bring the camera from the top of your screen.
We already have the sign of the arrival of this next-generation technology from the very popular smartphone brands like Oppo and ZTE has already launched its new smartphone with the new innovative in-display front facing camera.
Now the South Korean electronics giant Samsung has also started to bring innovation into their smartphone as the company has filed a patent for an upcoming smartphone at WIPO (World Intellectual Property Office) and the same confirms that the company is working on a device which will enable users to hide the front facing camera whenever there is no use for that particular Camera sensor.
We also have renders of the device and it shows how the Camera sensor is disappearing from the top of the screen as user can able to hide it and the same is actually resting under the transparent screen.
Moreover, it is also said that the device will support the S Pen which means users can able to right or draw on the device and it could be something related to the Galaxy Note series which will be official in the third quarter of next year.
It is worth to mention that there is no guarantee for the official announcement of this kind of device as the brands files various patent and they won’t announce all of them in the market.
So let’s wait for more details about the same in the coming days and we recommend you to stay tuned with us for more interesting information from the world of Technology at your fingertips.
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