With the launch of the Galaxy Note Edge in September 2014, for the first time ever, Samsung gave us the first ever smartphone with an edge display. The secondary display can be used to display notifications and other info in a whole new way.
It is indeed an incredible device, but if rumours have anything to go by, Samsung is possibly occupied with the Galaxy S Edge. However, unlike the Galaxy Note Edge, the Galaxy S Edge will come with two edged displays, on both sides of the phone.
Just in case, if you are interested in the new tech, leaked patent pictures have emerged that give further air to the so-called idea.
Basically they are patent design images, released by the US Patent and Trademark Office. Since a patent application is missing, nothing much can be said just on the basis of alleged leaked images.
As you can see in the diagram, it shows off a handset with two edged displays. Both sides will act as secondary displays and will also be used as an extended ticker. The ticker bar also acts as an app tray for an easy access to applications.
However, it is unclear exactly what purpose the dual edge displays will achieve in real world. Sam Mobile previously speculated that Samsung could announce two variants of the Galaxy S6 at the annual Mobile World Congress (MWC) in early March.
So it seems that Samsung is indeed interested to launch the dual edged handset before anyone else.
Stay tuned to GizBot for more updates!