Samsung is well-known for its expertise in foldable technology, as seen by the numerous patents it has filed over the years.
The business recently debuted its Flex folding technology at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES). Samsung appears to be introducing foldable smartphones one after the other, with models such as the Z Fold and Z Flip currently on the market.
Another Samsung dual folding phone featuring an S-Pen holder has recently been shown in a new patent.
A new patent for the Samsung Galaxy Dual Fold was filed in July 2021 and was recently published, displaying the foldable handset’s design.
The Samsung Galaxy Dual Fold could be the company’s first Z-style foldable phone design with a S Pen stylus holder. The phone’s schematics were recently revealed by LetsGoDgitial.
Two hinges and three components of the screen make up the patented phone. Some of the back is jammed between the screens while folding. Two cut-outs on the right side of the foldable phone’s back appear to be for magnetically connecting the pen. Even when the phone is unfurled, the pen fits precisely in the cutouts and will not fall out.
The S Pen may be removed from the bottom, just like the Note series or the future S22 Ultra S Pen. If this concept comes to fruition, it will be a huge deal for aficionados of the old Note series.