Samsung Infinity Display patents indicate three screen variants: Flex, O and U .

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A few Samsung Infinity Display patents have been spotted, and they indicate that the South Korean company could be working on three display variants, including one for a foldable screen tech. It could be for three phones.

Samsung Infinity Display Patent Flex

The patents which Samsung has registered with the (USPTO) United States Patent and Trademark Office, are the Infinity-Flex, Infinity-O and Infinity-U.

The Infinity Display term was used by Samsung, when it launched the Galaxy S8 in 2017, with an edge-to-edge screen, with an 18:9 aspect ratio. The display has also been used in the latest flagship devices, as well as in the Galaxy A series devices.

Samsung Infinity Display variants

Rumour has it that the F in the Infinity-Flex display patent, stands for fold, or foldable. It is probably related to the Samsung Galaxy F, which has a foldable screen. The device could be launched this week. Samsung has posted a teaser image on its Facebook page, which is the picture you see above. The Galaxy F is expected to be launched on November 7th.

What the Infinity-O and Infinity-U are for, is unclear at this moment. Infinity-O could be something related to OLED displays, while Infinity-U could mean the phone has an Ultrasonic fingerprint sensor. They could be a hint that there maybe three Samsung Galaxy S10 variants.