More and more manufacturers come to the train with smartphones flexible screen. We've already seen how Samsung Galaxy X will be, first folding phone from Samsung and it seems that Sony wants to join the party. And is that they have leaked a patent that will leave you very surprised.
Yes, it seems that Sony works independently folding phone And, not only that, but this enigmatic Xperia with a folding screen will have a panel that, in addition to being flexible, would also be transparent.
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In this way, the device will have a dual panel system, one on the front and one on the back. To say that the device will also have the ability to roll, as we see in some of the images on the patent.
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As you can see in the patent pictures accompanying the article, along with the footage created by the guys of LetsGoDigital, we can see the design of phone with folding screen Sony, offering a variety of ways to maximize the capabilities of your dual-screen system.
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For example, we see that the device can become transparent, very useful to create a truly complete AR experience, as well as some buttons at the bottom that could be used to activate certain functions.
Keep in mind that for now, this is not just a patent, so we can not guarantee in any way that it truly Sony is working on its own mobile phone, although it would make sense.
Considering that more and more manufacturers are beginning to take this new market very seriously and work on their own solution, it is quite logical that the Japanese manufacturer, one of the icons in terms of innovation, decided to take out the folding Xperia in 2019.
Of course, you have to hurry, because the market has become more and more competitors Smartphones with foldable screen. And those who need to come. Anyway, we just need to have patience and wait a few months. If the manufacturer is preparing a overlap phone, it is likely that the Japanese firm will use the next edition of CES in Las Vegas, which will be held in the first week of January in Nevada, to show us its incredible device.