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17 April 2018, 06:02 | Edward Lowe
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Love it or hate it, display notches on smartphones are now being adopted by more manufacturers thanks to the Essential Phone and the iPhone X. Now it looks like Samsung may be planning on jumping the bandwagon despite mocking the Cupertino giant at first.
Another patent filed shows a Samsung phone with no notch. The iPhone X launch was delayed past year compared to that of the iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus because there were apparently issues with the production of the TrueDepth Camera system that powered the Face ID feature. And now, it appears as though Samsung is going back to its old playbook by working on a new smartphone design that blatantly copies Apple's tenth-anniversary iPhone.
On the lower end of the phone the phone are the headphone Jack, USB and grille for the speaker. Meanwhile, the top edge features the SIM tray. The body is made of metal and it has a power control button.
The latest technological advancement has enabled companies to incorporate fingerprint sensor under the display. The device has a facial recognition system, similar to installed into the iPhone X. the Lateral part of the phone display Samsung nearly none.
The notch design has been a contentious topic among smartphone users.
Additionally, it also doesn't feature a front-facing selfie shooter and there's no indication of where it might be hiding.
Most impressive of all is the fact that the iPhone X, which was slammed as being too expensive, earned 5x the combined profits of more than 600 Android device makers. The patent was filed with SIPO, which is China's equivalent of the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO). That being said, this patent suggests that Samsung is definitely interested in designing an Android phone with a notch.
Probably, yes. Going by the number of Android devices with Apple iPhone X-like notch launched recently in the market, Samsung seems to have given in to the temptation of offering a similar phone in the coming months or early next year.
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