Dual-screen technology seems increasingly popular with mobile phone manufacturer. In April a Microsoft-owned patents indicates Microsoft plans to make a smartphone with dual display. There are also a number of manufacturers that create the laptop/tablet dual display, and now turn to Samsung who also want to innovate by using two screens in a smartphone.
As revealed by the Office of Patents and Trademarks United States, a recent patent from Samsung who have registered to have dual-display technology for use on smartphones. Samsung has registered a similar patent in September 2011 and Samsung has added another patent to a complete detail of a similar patent has been registered.
Samsung’s second patent explains how the two screens can present a number of application turns, such as displaying an image on the screen while the other screen can still be used for chatting. With dual-screen device will be used to support television, online game services or applications that are designed specifically for the user. Even service like SMS and mobile banking will be pursued to support the dual-screen smartphone. Not only that, Samsung is also planning a dual-screen technology for devices with a wider display, like a tablet.
As the largest smartphone manufacturer in the smartphone market, Samsung is increasingly encouraged to develop ideas through patents being filed. But if the dual-display on a smartphone will be soon be found on the market, all decisions in the hands of the Samsung because it could be Samsung simply will keep the patent in its headquarters in South Korea…Gadget, Mobile Phone, Mobile Phones, News, Smart Phones, Smartphone