The Korean company Samsung also defines how many displays will have and how they will be called. Now we are almost there, missing only two days to November 7, the day on which the Samsung Developer Conference will start in San Francisco.
During the event, everyone now expects to discover the next smartphone with the folding screen (Galaxy F), if not perhaps to be able to see it live. The company has been feeding this expectation for some time and today we have several confirmations in this direction, a direct and some indirect.
The first is also the most obvious, that is what Samsung has changed the image of their official account on Twitter with a new logo folded on itself (as you can see at the top of the article and in the gallery more at the bottom).
As far as the clues are concerned, on the website of the US patent agency (USPTO) the registrations by Samsung of various brands associated with smartphone displays have appeared. The names do not leave much room for ambiguous interpretations: Infinity-Flex, Infinity-U, Infinity-O, and Infinity-V. All refer to screens in the “Infinity” series, which are united by being totally free of buttons.
Finally, there is the news that comes directly from South Korea reported by a local newspaper. Samsung would have defined what configuration, among the many possible and hypothesized in recent times, to adopt for the Galaxy F screen. According to the news, we should see a 7.3 “display that folds in half inward and a second smaller 4.6″ screen on the outside.