Look at the notch in the picture at the top of the screen, Samsung fans. You thought you had escaped, right? They thought Samsung would somehow be one of the key players in the smartphone market, not shamelessly copying Apple's latest iPhone design. But it seems like old habits are hard to kick. Samsung is a company that has risen to the forefront of the smartphone industry by shamelessly copying every Apple product. The company literally wrote the book about copying Apple. And now it seems Samsung is returning to its old game book, working on a new smartphone design that blatantly copies Apple's tenth birthday iPhone.
Hardcore Android fans hate the score. You really hate, really the score. Of course that makes sense, because it's a design feature that has made Apple popular. Unfortunately, it looks like 201
Samsung has dedicated itself to the design of the Infinity screen, and we thought we could miss out on another iPhone X imitator coming from the world's leading smartphone maker. Unfortunately, Samsung has many different smartphone models, not just high-end Galaxy S and Galaxy Note phones, and we can see Samsung wobbling Apple's notched display design on one or more upcoming smartphones.
Submitted in a Samsung patent application last month and South Korean consumer tech giant, which was recently discovered by the Dutch Gadget Blog Mobielkopen shows that he is playing with the idea of an iPhone X imitator to build. The patent was filed with SIPO, the Chinese counterpart to the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO). We do not have to delve too deeply into the details of the patent, because a picture is worth a thousand words. See:
Do you remember how crazy Android fans were when I suggested that the Galaxy S9 might have been even better if it had cloned the display design of the iPhone X? Well, maybe we'll see soon that the idea of a Samsung mobile phone with the notch of the iPhone X becomes reality.