Samsung’s New Patents Reveal More About Its Foldable, Triple-Screen 'Galaxy X’

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Samsung first teased a phone that you could fold and keep in your shirt pocket back in 2013. More recently, the company has hinted that it is preparing to make the product a reality, though its mobile division chief soon dashed dreams of it arriving anytime soon.

Thankfully, we now hear more details about how the possible model, dubbed ‘Galaxy X’, might work. On 2 May, Samsung was granted several patents for the bendable design; a version of it could even be folded in thirds.

View some ideas Samsung has patented, and check out the full filing here.

‘Galaxy X’ in its default, fully extended shape VS when folded



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‘Galaxy X’ in split-screen mode, which lets you use two apps at once



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‘Galaxy X’ in full-screen mode



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How the smartphone appears when folded



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Speculated longer, triple-screen model



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Triple-screen model when folded in threes, possibly to let you check notifications quickly



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Triple-screen device propped up on one of its displays



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