Surface Duo will welcome a strong competitor, Samsung, when it goes on sale next year. Samsung is expected to launch a dual-screen device similar to surface Duo and offer Samsung’s unique interactive experience, according to patents filed and published by the U.S. Trademark and Patent Office (USPTO) last month.
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The patent, named “Samsung Invents Dual Display Smartphones New User Interfaces and Modes of Operation”, was filed in December 2013 The SPTO submitted the application, but it was not included until last month.
Compared to other Android phone makers, its OneUI can be optimized for different screen configurations, and its Wacom-enabled S Pen is widely recognized on mobile devices. Microsoft’s N-Trig is not yet compatible with Android.