Realistic renders of Samsung foldable smartphone with dual display posted online
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The digital artists at LetsGoDigital have had another crack at producing renders of Samsung’s Galaxy F (X, Fold, etc.). We recently reported on the renders that were created based on the leaked video, which featured a much slimmer device with an apparently seamless unfolded appearance. This time, a USPTO design patent was used as inspiration and the results are stylish and more realistic.
In the latest renders a quite obvious hinge in the dual-display Samsung Galaxy foldable smartphone can be seen. In a folded state, the device looks like a regular smartphone, although obviously somewhat thicker and with reasonably sized bezels at the top and bottom, with a selfie camera in the top left corner. There is a USB Type-C port on the bottom and a 3.5 mm port is also present.
The supposed Samsung Galaxy foldable smartphone looks particularly majestic in its unfolded state. The display extends over the inner edges of the two halves to meet in the middle – so there is still an obvious central partition but it manages to look appealing. On the rear there is a vertically aligned dual camera setup. It seems this version of the Samsung Galaxy foldable is a more likely candidate for the device the South Korean company will soon reveal.
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