In terms of durability, foldable smartphones pose a major problem for consumers. However, Samsung has developed various innovative flexible displays, but the first-generation Galaxy Fold set a bad precedent because its screen is easily damaged.
Although the screen of the second-generation Galaxy Z Fold 2 is upgraded compared to the original Galaxy Fold, it is still not durable against external damage. At the same time, Samsung may bring major changes to its next-generation foldable devices, so things seem likely to change.
Moving on, the South Korean tech giant seems to intend to achieve this goal again in its third-generation foldable phone, as it has applied for various trademarks for the coating, layer, and “armor” of the phone frame worldwide. Therefore, one of them is the “bulletproof frame”, which is specially designed for mobile phone frames.
It is expected that Armor Frame may have scratch resistance, and the Pro-Shield trademark sounds like a protective layer, similar to Apple’s Ceramic Shield. In addition, Samsung also applied for the trademarks of Armor Skin and Armor Layer under LetsGoDigital.
According to the information, the armor layer may be the protective layer of the foldable screen, which can help Samsung use the S-Pen stylus on the folding phone without scratching. The report further shows that the company has launched its traditional Galaxy S series phones in January, but this year there is no Galaxy Note.
Therefore, these trademarks may be applied to Samsung’s upcoming foldable device, which may be launched in July or August of this year. As of now, we recommend that you treat this information as a piece of cake because the company has not officially disclosed such information about the upcoming Galaxy Z Fold 3 and Galaxy Z Flip 2.
In addition, Chinese seducers recently revealed that Galaxy Z Fold 3 will be launched in July 2021. In addition, the same source said that it will be equipped with a camera under the display, a 120Hz LTPO display, a 64MP triple rear camera system, a 10MP selfie camera, Snapdragon 888, etc.