Samsung released the Galaxy S10 series at the beginning of 2019. It looks like Samsung is ready to take the next leap forward as far as the design of the next S series Galaxy device is concerned. Ever since the release of Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge, the design of Galaxy S series devices has been identical.
The modern-day Samsung Galaxy S10 device features an Infinity-O notch display alongside in-display fingerprint sensor and tri-camera setup. As of now, Samsung Galaxy S10 is the most advanced smartphone that people can get their hands on. It seems Samsung has got some tricks up its sleeve. The online sources have discovered a new patent that comes from the heart of South Korean conglomerate. Samsung is having even massive plans in store for its 2020 flagship S-series Galaxy device.
What changes will people see in the forthcoming Galaxy S11?
According to an online source, Samsung is heading towards curating a new Galaxy S-series device, probably the forthcoming Galaxy S11. The patent suggests that Samsung Galaxy S11 would feature a durable and an expandable display. Sources are also suggesting that Samsung had filed the patent in the previous year. Later in May 2019, the design patent for the next-gen Galaxy S11 was approved, and it was published on the 24th of June 2019.
There is a highly likely chance that the patent is for an upcoming flagship design or simply an evolution of Samsung Galaxy Fold. Samsung attempted to release the game-changing Galaxy Fold smartphone back in April 2019; however, the phone wasn’t released in any of the markets.
The new patent design comes with a hole punch display which has the same size as the Galaxy S10+ alongside a front-facing camera. The device comes with a shifted center at its display and tri-camera setup on the backside of the phone.
Will the device feature an expandable screen?
Just like the Galaxy Fold, the new device is likely to feature an expandable screen. Moreover, it is extremely unclear as to how the new expandable screen would function. Nevertheless, there is a highly likely chance that the device will extend the display to almost 50%.
The forthcoming device has a sturdier foldable screen as compared to Galaxy Fold. The upcoming foldable phone might give the consumers more display to work with when they would be on the move. It looks that the world has to wait for the 2020 edition of Mobile World Congress to see the phone live, for the first time.