Maximizing display screen real property is something that each OEM is working on nowadays. In a similar attempt, Samsung has come up with the worst notch alternative ever. If you idea notches were bad, wait until you see Samsung’s reverse notch proposal.
One of Samsung’s patents, filed with the KIPO (Korean Intellectual Property Office) last year, simply surfaced online. The patent proposes a smartphone with a camel-like hump on pinnacle dubbed the ‘reverse notch’.
The patent is no longer very informative and does no longer consist of pix however as usual, LetsGoDigital created a mock-up render that shows what the gadget will seem to be like in case the patent makes it to the manufacturing stage (hopefully not).
This puzzling new appear is defined in the patents as:
The existing format is a display module with a display panel connected to the again of the cowl window used in a smartphone. The cowl window includes a protruding element at the top center and corresponds to the protruding portion. By setting the cameras, speakers, and so on in there, the display measurement can be maximized whilst developing a rectangle screen.
Currently, Samsung maximizes the screen dimension on its flagships through the usage of punch-hole cameras. Before that, the corporation refused to be part of the notch style due to the fact that it did no longer desire to accommodate a module that intruded into the screen.
This, however, compromises the design aesthetic of a smartphone. In any case, we’ll update you if we hear more about the reverse notch from Samsung.