The development of Samsung's under-screen camera smartphone with S Pen will probably be starting soon
In the past two years, smartphone manufacturers have continued to explore the full screen design, and have successively introduced notch screens like: the water drop notch screens, and the punch hole notch screens.

After the release of ZTE’s world’s first in-display selfie camera smartphone, the smartphone industry has truly ushered in the era of under-screen cameras. Many smartphone manufacturers are also developing under-screen camera phones.

On June 19 this year, Samsung Electronics applied to WIPO (World Intellectual Property Office) for an electronic device called "Electronic Equipment Including Sub-Display Screens and Operating Methods."

The patent describes a smartphone whose front camera part can be hidden by switching the screen layers. The patent was approved and publicized on December 24. 

In addition, the patent also shows that the screen of this model also supports the use of the Samsung S Pen stylus for operation.

In order for users to understand this patent, the popular website, LetsGoDigital produced some renderings.

From the renderings, the frame of this smartphone is extremely narrow. When the user is not taking pictures, both the camera and the LED flash will turn invisible, and at that position, time and battery status will be shown. 

Samsung uses a built-in drive module to move the secondary display layer and transparent area, which can move from top to bottom and from left to right. 

The patent shows that in addition to the automatic mode, the user can also manually operate the sub-display part of the screen. As for when Samsung will officially commercialize the patent, it is still difficult to say, but it is worth looking forward to.


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