A new Samsung trademark hints at improved durability in its next-gen smartphones
Dynamic AMOLED, Infinity-O, Wireless PowerShare: Samsung is never short of new and creative buzzwords to assure fans it has put its own well-developed spin on various mobile features and functions, particularly while unveiling its latest premium smartphones. Now, it seems there is a new example of these to look out during its future launch events: Armor Frame.
This term is ostensibly intended to upgrade a mobile device's reputation for damage-resistance, as effectively confirmed in Samsung's new applications to the US Patents and Trademarks Office (USPTO), as well as its European Union (EUIPO) and South Korean (KIPO) counterparts.
Foldables are a category that might be most in need of additional reinforcement due to their particularly delicate and intricate engineering: therefore, Samsung's new "Armor Frame" technology might be primarily intended for future members of the Galaxy Z Flip and Z Fold lines. Then again, Galaxy S21 fans might also like to see the potential new spec attached to their more conventional successors.