Microsoft Foldable Surface Phone Patent Reveals a Large Flexible Screen

Last week, Microsoft released an Andromeda Language Pack that gave hints of a code revealing the upcoming Microsoft Foldable Surface Phone having telephonic capabilities. Today a Patent was published by the “World Intellectual Property Organization” that was originally formulated in July 2017. The Patent illustration is titled as ‘Hinged Device’. The patent is totally changed from the initial Microsoft Foldable Surface Phone Patent.

Microsoft Foldable Surface Phone Patent

Unlike the previous patent which showcased two separate panels fold inwards, this patent shows one flexible screen. This flexible screen will show hinge assembly and “deployable bridge support.”
The deployable bridge support will prevent the flexible screen from getting softer when fully open. The flexible screen will make it easier to use in tablet mode. Like Samsung foldable device, no line will separate two individual displays so that users can easily write on with a stylus. The best thing is that people using the device will not be annoyed by a physical line in between the images or text they are ready.
Microsoft Foldable Surface Phone Patent Reveals a Large Flexible Screen
Microsoft Foldable Surface Phone Patent Reveals a Large Flexible Screen
Many tech giants, Samsung, LG, and Huawei are currently working on foldable devices. Samsung’s foldable Galaxy X concept is in news, but Samsung is not the only company to launch devices with foldable screens that can switch between phone and tablet modes with ease. ZTE has already revealed such a concept.

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