After announcing its 2020 flagship S20 lineup, the South Korean tech giant has now moved his steps toward the Galaxy Note 20 series. Samsung has already started working on the Galaxy Note 20 series, which was revealed by a patent as per recent report.
The patent was approved by the US Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO), which revealed that Samsung has patented some new technologies which will be seen on the Samsung Galaxy Note 20 series.
According to the images related to the patent, the note 20 series will feature a waterfall display with physical buttons like volume rockers advancing through the display’s glass. The patent calls this technology as a “bent edge display.”
However, the waterfall display, which is patented by Samsung, resembles the technology which can be found in the Huawei Mate 30 Pro. But Samsung has showcased a smartphone that has the power button and volume rockers projecting out from the screen. For which, Samsung will have to make cutouts of the same in the glass as well. While Huawei has simply added virtual buttons on the smartphones.
The biggest highlight of this patent is that possible holographic projector that displays stereoscopic images. The other technologies Samsung could probably use in the future are the EMG sensor (electromyography), electrocardiogram (ECG) electroencephalogram sensor (EED), sensor, and a fingerprint scanner as well.
If you don’t know, Samsung releases two flagship series in a year. Typically, the Galaxy Note lineup follows the Galaxy S series, which includes certain features that get left out on the former due to technical restrictions or price. This helps Samsung to adapt to any new technological innovation and to use it in its latest premium smartphone as well.
As of now, Samsung has not said anything about it, as it is still too early for Samsung to make any official announcement. The rumors are still coming, but nothing is much more accurate. All we can do right now is to wait for other leaks and information. So, stay tuned for more updates.