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An alleged metal frame is the only indication we have until now of the kind of design language Samsung could follow with the forthcoming Galaxy S5. Now a patent filed by Samsung at the US Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) (spotted by SammyToday) gives a slightly clearer picture of what the upcoming flagship device as well as the Galaxy Note 4 could possibly look like. Also Read - Samsung Galaxy A22 5G review: Looks fancy, runs fast but too pricey
The design patents show a curved design with very thin bezels and most importantly the absence of Samsung’s now familiar physical buttons at the bottom. There is also a slot for the S Pen at the bottom of the device, which could mean that Samsung is planning on using a rendition of these designs on both the Galaxy S5 as well as the Galaxy Note 4.
We should remind you that this is by no means the designs for the final product and the devices, when launched, may or may not look anything like the sketches. We will know for sure when Samsung launches the Galaxy S5 sometime in the first quarter of this year.