According to a TechRadar report, LetsGoDigital found a new trademark application from the South Korean tech giant. This trademark carried the term ‘Armor Frame,’ although, the application did not reveal finer details regarding what this term implies. However, this likely related to the company’s upcoming foldable smartphones. At the moment, the Galaxy Fold and Galaxy Flip feature an aluminum-based frame that isn’t as strong as the stainless steel alternative.
Another disadvantage of using aluminum is that it tends to lose its strength over a period of time, which is especially bad for a handset that is centered around bending. Furthermore, while the trademark doesn’t specifically mention any other materials either. But it could be probable that the company might offer carbon and titanium to add extra strength to the frame of the Galaxy Z Fold 3 and Galaxy Z Flip 3.
This also offers an inherent advantage of making the devices lighter as well. Currently, we haven’t heard any rumors or reports regarding a new frame from the company or any mention of an Armor Frame. So take this report with a pinch of salt for now, and stay tuned for more updates.
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