Patented exposure of Samsung’s smart phone design with a transparent display.

Last month, Samsung unveiled a range of New Galaxy products, including the Galaxy Z Flip 5G / Galaxy Z Fold 2 with a folding screen, the Note 20 / Note 20 Ultra flagship smart phone, the Galaxy Watch 3 smartwatch, and the Galaxy Tab S7 series tablet. But according to Dutch technology blogger LetsGoDigital, the company also appears to be considering a new smart phone with a “transparent display”.

Patented exposure of Samsung's smart phone design with a transparent display.

(From: LetsGoDigital)

In fact, as early as 2018, LetsGoDigital has exposed Sony’s smart phones with dual-sided transparent display designs. In addition, Samsung’s home-grown rival LG has filed patents for transparent collapsible smartphones.

Patented exposure of Samsung's smart phone design with a transparent display.

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In January 2020, Samsung Electronics filed a patent application for this utility model with the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) and the World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO), which was officially announced on August 27, 2020.

Patented exposure of Samsung's smart phone design with a transparent display.

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In its filing, Samsung describes the technology needed to create a transparent smartphone, but it is clear that it can also copy other consumer electronics, such as televisions, monitors, laptops, game consoles or cameras.

Patented exposure of Samsung's smart phone design with a transparent display.

(Photo via LetsGoDigital)

Based on official documentation, LetsGODigital has teamed up with Giuseppe Spinelli, a.k.a. Snoreyn, to create a series of 3D renderings so that you can better understand this future technology.

Patented exposure of Samsung's smart phone design with a transparent display.

(Photo via LetsGoDigital)

Samsung’s solution is known to be based on OLED display technology and features low power consumption, self-illumination, high brightness, and faster response times compared to conventional LCD displays.

Patented exposure of Samsung's smart phone design with a transparent display.

(Photo via LetsGoDigital)

According to the patent description, it is suitable for flat, surface, folding, and scrollable flexible screens, in addition to the concept smart machine with modern smart machine standard narrow border and other design elements.