Samsung dual display laptop patent
The patent images seen above suggest a large foldable display that can fold from the middle to create the main screen and a secondary screen. The part of the screen that’s right next to the keyboard could be used as a virtual trackpad. We can also see two Thunderbolt ports on the right side of the laptop.
The design appears to be largely inspired by the ASUS ZenBook Pro Duo and Intel’s Horseshoe Bend that was showcased at CES 2020. This suggests the laptop can be viewed in full vertical manner scrolling from top to bottom.
The content will have a continuum and flow across dual screens. This combined with Samsung’s AMOLED display should result in an immersive viewing experience. As said, the keyboard will be placed at the bottom but considering it is a foldable laptop, the key travel should be less. There should be some noticeable crease where the display folds in the middle.
The patent does not reveal any key specifications of the Samsung dual display laptop but one speculates there could be an Intel processor inside, an AMOLED display, Windows OS out of the box, and more. Since the design is still in the patent stage, it isn’t clear whether Samsung will launch it commercially.