This is what we expect Samsung Galaxy Note’s successor to look like

The Galaxy Z Fold 4 could be based on this concept, but it's far too early to tell. Based on the patent, here's a peek at the design and features.

Samsung has started patenting phone designs once again, and this one appears to be an exciting mix of the adaptability of current Galaxy Z smartphones and the productivity of a Galaxy Note phone. The Galaxy Z Fold 4 could be based on this concept, but it’s far too early to tell.

LetsGoDigital discovered the original patent, which was filed with China’s CNIPA, last month. Now, thanks to Technizo Concept and LGD, we have some delectable renditions of the original illustrations to help us picture how this phone will appear and work.

The Galaxy Z Fold 4 could be based on this concept, but it’s far too early to tell. Based on the patent, here’s a peek at the design and features.

LGD portrays this phone as the “Universe Flex Note”. That depends on a Samsung brand name for the name that was additionally documented recently. The actual patent doesn’t take any notice of the name.

The plan utilizes what can be depicted as a “closet style” crease, with the bigger fixed piece of the presentation on one side and the smaller showcase and camera cluster ready to be collapsed around to sit on the back. Unfurling the two sides of the gadget uncovers the full broadness of the wraparound show, in addition to the cameras if you need to take a selfie.

That implies that the screen is much less secured than the inward boards of the Galaxy Z Fold 3 or Galaxy Z Flip 3, even though it matches other foldable with various styles like the first Huawei Mate X.

So with the outside taken up by show and cameras, the S Pen is then situated on an attractive strip outwardly edge of the drawn-out show. There’s a pattern close to the focal point of the gadget’s back too with the goal that the pointer can remain set up when the entire thing is collapsed up.

The Galaxy Z Fold 3 would already be able to utilize one of two unique S Pens and is the main Samsung foldable to have the option to do as such. Nonetheless, there’s no ready pen holster for one or the other variant, with Samsung just contributing a case that can contain the smaller S Pen Fold Edition. This patent would develop that ability altogether were it to be brought to a future phone.

The in-show camera comes in two variations in Samsung’s representations. One shows a clear screen, maybe demonstrating an under-show camera like the one found on the Galaxy Z Fold 3’s inward showcase. Different has twin poke hole patterns, something Samsung hasn’t utilized on a phone previously.

Strangely, this would be the main camera cluster all in all phones, passing by Samsung’s patent. The back triple camera cluster found in the renders is a frivolity added by Technizo Concept. Given the lacking nature of Samsung’s current under-show camera and the normal idea of ultrawide and fax cameras on leader phones, it would be a peculiar choice if Samsung made a foldable without a devoted back camera exhibit.

Obviously, with this being a patent, there’s no assurance this thought will at any point become a genuine item. It may not appear on a Samsung phone at first either, since Samsung Display supplies adaptable screen parts to different organizations.

The following phone on the cards for Samsung could be the Galaxy S21 FE, however, it’s as yet questionable whether this phone is coming. The following sure-appearing to be wagered is the Galaxy S22, which we hope to find in January of the following year. The S22 Ultra has additionally been the subject of S Pen-related bits of gossip, as it’s guaranteed this will be the phone to supplant the dropped Galaxy Note 21 by presenting in-constructed capacity for a pointer.