That said, whether this new design will materialise, is a question for another day, considering that Samsung had filed for the patent around the time of the Galaxy Note Edge launch.
It's somewhat like the edge-to-edge display spilling beyond the edge on one side, and acting as a secondary display at the back.
A new sort of Samsung Galaxy smartphone was revealed in schematics drawings this week with a wrap-around display.
Many rumors have been claiming that Samsung is working on a foldable smartphone. Moreover, the phone will have touchscreen capabilities on the front and back and system icons can be seen on both sides.
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Korea Herald compared Samsung's double-sided display to Meizu's Pro 7 dual-screen smartphone series. "A flexible display device and a method for controlling a display image are disclosed".
Samsung has been doing a lot of innovative stuff with its displays.
Schematics of the Galaxy S9 have already been leaked on Chinese microblogging site Weibo, and the handset is now believed to look nearly the same as its predecessor. The original certificate was requested by Samsung Display in October 2015. Since the launch of the Galaxy Note 9 is still far off, it's possible that Samsung's new patent application could be for the high-end phablet.
Also Read: Loved Infinity Display on Galaxy S8, Note8 series? The new patent reveals that the device will sport two large displays with a metal strip between them. Therefore, it's also possible that the double-sided display won't make its way to the Galaxy Note 9 or any Galaxy phone for that matter.