The next smartphone Samsung he could have two displays. The first foldable smartphone was announced in 2017, but more models may hit the market in the future. Today's news is that Samsung filed a patent at the end of 2015 describing a smartphone with two separate screens; no news, for now, if this patent will materialize into something real.
About four years ago, Samsung filed for a smartphone patent dual display, which had two touch panels side by side and rotating around a hinge. The goal was to have a larger viewing surface for videos, TVs, movies, ebooks and games. The new patented product, on the other hand, is aimed primarily at business users and students who take notes with a stylus. This smartphone is lighter, since it has no zipper.
The integrated cover allows you to join the two displays, which however they have different functions. On the left we have some components (cameras, microphones and buttons), while on the right there is the processor, memory, battery with wireless charging, sensors and antennas.
We don't know yet if this device will ever be made, but surely Samsung has something in mind.