Apple, Samsung, Amazon, Sony and LG. What are the latest patented designs
Usually, all companies get a patent before they release new ideas on the products they create. This is a precautionary measure. Some of their design patents give us an idea of what kind of gadget the company is making. Apple, Samsung, Amazon, Sony and LG Let’s see what new designs the company recently patented.
Recently, Apple has patented an integrated gadget that can split audio signals from multiple locations rather than from one location. So expect an upgraded audio device from Apple soon. Since the arrival of Homebadin, Apple has been doing a lot of testing to improve audio technology, and this technology may be one of them.
Amazon has registered a patent for the technology called “Touchless scanning system”. Amazon is developing a technology that identifies us by scanning our hands as we enter the stores and buy products. It is not known if Amazon will use it in the future. But Amazon is using a similar technology as a trial run in another company, Whole Foods.
Sony has been working hard on the PlayStation 5 release and patented the controller for the PlayStation. The patent claims that this controller has undergone a lot of changes from the previous PS4 controller. Sony is expected to launch this controller with the upcoming PS5.
Samsung has registered its patent for Expandable Mobile Display. Samsung, which has so far released the Foldable display model, is currently working on the Expandable display model. This model can be used in both the existing and expanded sizes. However, it is not known what kind of model Samsung will make. Perhaps expanding, we can look forward to making it a great experience for game lovers and filmmakers alike.
LG has patented the new ‘Flexible Smartphone Display Cover’. LG is currently developing its Foldable smartphone model. But nobody is trying to create cover for Foldable smartphones yet. So, along with LG’s smart phone, it also makes the case. LG is expected to release this with its Foldable Smart phones. Its full design will be visible after its release.