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Samsung patents full screen and notch display designs


One of the smartphone manufacturer to have not yet brought out a smartphone featuring a notch is Samsung. But it seems like Samsung has been working on a bunch of display ideas and one of them is a notch.

A new set of listings revealed that the South Korean company has patented a design featuring a screen with a prominent cutout. The notch will house a proximity sensor, earpiece, and a selfie camera, while the screen stretches to all four sides, leaving minimal bezels.


The second set of images reveals that Samsung has a 100% screen-to-body phone. It is still not clear what will happen with the earpiece and the selfie camera.

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