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Samsung patents dual display foldable laptop, here is the possible design

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Samsung Display already showcased a prototype of a dual display foldable laptop, which may soon be hitting the market. The company apparently working on the development of dual display foldable laptop product, which could have ASUS ZenBook Pro Duo-like design, reveals a design patent.

Discovered by 91mobiles, Samsung filed a patent application for the dual display foldable laptop in 2020 at the United States Design Patent, which was published on the database yesterday.

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The design patent showcases images of a laptop-like product that has a large foldable display that can fold from the middle to create the main screen and a secondary screen.

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Similar to regular laptops, the patented device has keyboard area, which could be virtual, instead of physical buttons or with less key travel, however, the next vacant area might be available to use like a touchpad.

Samsung Dual display foldable laptop patent Since the design of the patent laptop looks completely inspired by ASUS ZenBook Pro Duo, Samsung will make it more advanced with its premium AMOLED display and innovative tech.

The current Galaxy Book products run Windows operating system and flagship processors for a great performance during tasks. However, Samsung’s yet to reveal any kind of information about its dual-display foldable laptop.

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Huawei reveals secret links with Samsung for 5G technology

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Huawei reportedly said that it has licensed key 5G technologies to Samsung Electronics. Since both of these OEMs were major competitors in the global market, the report suggests some deals and licensing reports have been signed silently.

Notably, Huawei and Oppo have recently signed (via HuaweiCentral) a major agreement to share key technologies amid recent US restrictions. Meanwhile, it’s the first time that Huawei itself revealed that Samsung Electronics is also a licensee for key 5G technologies, and the deals have been extended.

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Aside from the Chinese company claiming that it has patent cross-licensing deals with 20 global and Chinese companies. Among those 20 vendors, Samsung is also a partner of Huawei, while it didn’t respond to Nikkei Asia’s request for comment.

If you don’t have an idea, Huawei was the first to introduce 5G network-capable chipsets, but American bans restricted its access to chip makers like Qualcomm. Since Huawei can now only purchase downgraded Snapdragon 4G chips, it still holds a rich 5G patent portfolio.

Alan Fan, head of Huawei’s Intellectual Property Department said:

“Huawei has developed multiple high-value patent portfolios in the global marketplace in domains like 5G, Wi-Fi, and audio and video codecs. This will enable our industry to keep innovating and provide consumers with more competitive products and services.”

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Google’s Clear Calls feature sounds cool, I want it in my Galaxy too!

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Usually, Google brings new feature drop software updates to Pixel devices on a quarterly basis. Recently, Pixel devices received this year’s last December 2022 feature drop, which brings plenty of new stuff. However, Google’s new Clear Calls feature sounds promising, and I want Samsung to bring it to my Galaxy.

Amid the increasing popularity and functionalities of social media platforms, phone call still remains the best way of interaction. Google worked on this department and brought the Clear Calls feature to recently released Pixel 7 series smartphones, which makes the calling experience even better.

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According to Google, the new Clear Calls feature lets Pixel 7 and 7 Pro enhance the other caller’s voice and reduce their background noise. Notably, the feature works with the Tensor G2 chipset to allow users to hear other callers clearly even if they’re in a noisy place.

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As always, the Android maker noted some points for the Clear Calls feature including the availability variation as per carrier and region alongside dependency on the environment, carrier network conditions, and other factors, which are not mentioned in the official press release.

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Samsung has the biggest participation in the global market when it comes to Android smartphones. The company is already offering a number of features that makes Pixel phone users jealous. Meanwhile, Google’s new Clear Calls feature is ultimately making me a bit grudged and I want it in my Galaxy too!

Texting and video calling aside, the most used way of everyday interactions is regular phone calls, which don’t require an internet connection as well. Samsung should also research this area of mobiles and make worthy advancements in the quality of phone calls on Galaxies.

Meanwhile, it’s worth mentioning that the Clear Calls feature is developed for Tensor G2 devices, which showcases hardware requirements. Since older Pixel phones would not be getting the same treatment, we hope Samsung should set an example by debuting a better Clear Calls feature for Galaxy consumers.

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Samsung could soon rollout Blood Pressure feature to Galaxy Watch users in Malaysia

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Samsung makes the most excellent smartwatches in the industry which introduce wonderful features. All the Galaxy Watch features are not available in certain regions due to legal limitations. However, Samsung is apparently preparing to roll out Blood Pressure feature to Galaxy Watch users in Malaysia.

According to the information, the Malaysian Medical Device Authority approved the usage of the Samsung Blood Pressure app in Malaysia. The company got approval from the authority in mid-November and is now ready to let users use the Blood Pressure app through a compatible Samsung Watch.

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As mentioned in the document approved by the Malaysian authority, Samsung’s Blood Pressure App is a software-only, mobile medical application intended for use with a compatible Samsung Galaxy Watch and Phone to create, record, store and display blood pressure information.

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Moreover, the Blood Pressure app determines the systolic and diastolic blood pressure, as well as pulse rate, and provides values and history charts following calibration with an upper-arm, cuff-based blood pressure monitor. Notably, The BP App is intended for over-the-counter (OTC) use in adults 22 years and older.

It’s worth mentioning that there is no mention of the Samsung ECG app in the database, which means, it may release later. However, it’s most likely that the company may introduce both ECG and Blood Pressure features for Malaysian consumers at the same time.

Samsung’s Blood Pressure monitoring feature works through the calibration process. As part of monitoring blood pressure, the user having a compatible Galaxy Watch must have to enter the reading from an actual blood pressure monitor in the app three times.

Since the application was registered by Samsung itself, we assume that the application is already developed and tested internally. Notably, Huawei and Apple also did the same for their smart wearables to introduce such kinds of features in Malaysia.

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