This is what Google's foldable display looks like

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Another design shows a handset that folds down in three sections, with three display surfaces that stack when folded to create one smaller device. It doesn't strictly refer to a folding "smartphone" in the patent, so this could be used on a tablet or laptop device. Samsung and Huawei have already launched their first foldable smartphone while others like Xiaomi and Oppo have already teased their versions of a foldable phone.

Google may be looking to toss its hat in the foldable ring, according to a patent application discovered by Patently Mobile on Tuesday.

Google's patent application included several sketches of a potential foldable device.

What do we expect to see in the iPhone 11? What's worth is that Apple too is considering working on a foldable smartphone as well according to a recently published patent.

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The upcoming Samsung Galaxy Fold. Even MIUI, the user interface of the company based on Android could immediately undergo an ad hoc restyling in order to make the most of the versatility of the foldable display.

Newfangled gadgets have always been subject to all sorts of rumors and speculations, and foldable phones are no exception. Between Project Stream and leaked information about Project Yeti, it's clear that the search giant is trying to change the future of ... Since then, more foldable phones have been unveiled as companies grab at the latest phone trend. It's also not one to focus on hardware innovations, but instead tends to lead the way through software. The patent filed by the company indicated it was working on a flip phone.

The certain specifications of this new super smartphone of the Chinese company are certainly the Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 processor and at least 8 GB of RAM.

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