Although a handful of years ago foldable gadgets seemed as science fiction, the tech has led to designs becoming increasingly extra innovative. Currently, Samsung has patented a fresh handset, one with a futuristic transparent display.
The South Korean technical giant filed the patent with the USPTO (United States Patent and Trademark Office) and the WIPO (World Intellectual Property Office), according to a LetsGoDigital report. This was published on 27th August 2020 and describes the tech that is required to make a transparent telephone. Alternatively, the technology could even be used in additional electronic gadgets as effectively, which include TVs, monitors, laptops, and gaming consoles.
The patent is based more about the tech aspect, going to great lengths to detail the varied layers and areas needed to achieve transparency. The gadget seen in the patent has narrow bezels and a large transparent screen. An OLED display is apparently used, since this type of display is equipped with a transparent luminous display what will allow light shine through.
Sadly finer details regarding the unnamed Samsung Galaxy gadget is now unknown. In addition, it is also unclear if the South Korean tech giant is really working on this kind of a device, or just filed the patent to cover all bases for future a possible launch in the far future and this does offer us a glimpse of what phones can look as in when a couple of years.