The report also claims that the new Samsung 3D Display might be used to connect to smartphones and tablets in future
A recent report by Android Headlines has said that Korea-based Samsung has filed a 3D display patent in the United States of America. The display, as per the report, might be used in TV sets or monitors to display content ranging from photographs to videos to 3D games.
The Android Headlines report reads, “For example, if the user is on a call, the screen can show the person that who they are currently speaking to at the moment and the display can also be used to control the playback of music files that the user forwarded from their handsets.”
The report also claims that the new Samsung 3D Display might be used to connect to smartphones and tablets in future. Samsung might be the first smartphone brand to commercially introduce the first foldable smartphone in the world.
Samsung 3D TV in 2010
Samsung had, in 2010, showcased a 3D TV set. However, it didn’t meet with any commercial success due to the inconveniences associated with using the product.
It is to be noted here that Samsung, in November 2018, had filed patents related to holographic technology that uses existing display apparatus for showing high-resolution images. It is being seen as a technology that the brand may use in foldable smartphones as well.
Samsung Electronics C-Lab had also showcased eight new projects at CES 2019. All the eight projects were related to Artificial Intelligence (AI), and were developed from its C-Lab (Creative Lab) program. Eight startups that were spun off from Samsung C-Lab had also showcased their newly released commercial products at CES to explore new business opportunities.