Samsung All Set To Follow Apple's Display Notch Trend Seen On The IPhone X

Posted: Apr 18 2018, 9:57am CDT | by , in News | Other Stuff

 
Samsung All Set To Follow Apple's Display Notch Trend Seen On The iPhone X

When iPhone X was launched by Apple last year, its monobrow was a source of amusement for many and it was mocked by almost everyone. However, soon enough all other around started copying the design and some major names in the Android domain started choosing it as their desired option. But the biggest and maybe the only giant competitor of Apple in the market might be adopting the same. After mocking Apple’s choice of display on the iPhone X, Samsung itself is going to accept this display trend.

As reported by the mobielkpopen.net, the Chinese Patent Office has published a new patent which is owned by Samsung Electronics. The patent protects the design of Samsung which is going to have a notch on its display.

The patent is quite a recent one and dates back to March 30th 2018 and without any doubts, it looks pretty much like the iPhone X. The resemblance is quite uncanny, however the notch on Saumsung’s patented design is much smaller than the one we see on the iPhone X. This is going to address the issue of having a better ratio between screen and body (which has remained Samsung’s moto since long).

No matter how much the resemblance is there, the upgrade on Samsung is still going to lack something which is very prominent on the iPhone X; which is the TrueDepth sensor – Apple’s sophisticated facial recognition sensor. But Samsung might be cutting the chase at this one too and the Galaxy S10 coming up next year might be having upgraded security with a facial recognition feature.

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