More new rumors related to new smartphones, and this time it has arrived for the upcoming and massively rumored Samsung Galaxy Note 4 -- the next big flagship in the Galaxy Note series of phablets from Samsung.
According to reports, a brand new patent application has appeared online with a good hint at what the Galaxy Note 4 could look like when it's finally made available for the public.
Image Courtesy: Galaxy Club
"The design shown in the patent shows a device concept, not a concrete model. The picture is after all not very detailed, and original applications were filed more than a year ago," the official translated report from Dutch site Galaxy Club states.
"However, significant is the fact that the screen of this unit not only flexes with the side, but even all the way around 'folds'. This is also a part of the back side of the unit screen."
So basically the new patent application shows a device concept, reducing the overall chances of it making it to an actual product any time soon. but still the concept image itself can be quite intimidating.
What the image points toward is the fact that instead of a display that just folds to the side, as explained via SamMobile, "the display in the concept folds all the way to the back on either side of the device."
Before this, a separate patent had earlier revealed that Samsung has been playing around with a new interface concept that showcases such a wraparound display. and now with the company looking to find a new form factor for the Galaxy Note 4, it is yet to be seen if the new age of Note phablets will bring anything new to the picture.