Samsung flexible display screen patent exposure: design for wearable device
By Joe Horner 2019-06-21 1018 0
At MWC in Barcelona this year, Chinese mobile phone maker Nubia unveiled a wearable device called Nubia Alpha. The device, launched as a smartphone, has a flexible display screen that can be worn on the wrist.
Now it looks like Samsung is developing similar devices to take flexible wearables to new heights.
Samsung's flexible display patent was filed with the World intellectual property Organization (WIPO) in November 2018 and was officially made public on June 13, 2019.
Samsung's display patents show a wearable device with only a screen. The device can be worn on the wrist and can have two displays. Icons on the screen show that the device will have common applications such as calendars, music players, email, app stores and cameras. In addition, the description of a gadget shows that there is an image input module, possibly a camera.
Photos show that Samsung wearable devices can be worn in a variety of ways, even into a figure of eight. At present, the patent only shows the appearance of wearable devices, specifications and functions have not yet been disclosed.
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