Web Desk: Maintaining a Smartphone is one of the tough jobs to do because they are prone to scuffs and ugly smudges. But Samsung seems to have figured out a solution.
Samsung, who recently, launched its Galaxy Note 9, would launch its next flagship phone Samsung Galaxy S10 next year and this could have a remarkable ‘self-healing’ screen.
Basically, it magically repairs scratches and keep the device in mint condition.
One of Samsung’s latest patents has been discovered that appears to describe a new kind of film or coating meant to keep fingerprints and minor scratches at bay. The listing describes the layer as an ‘anti-fingerprinting composition having a self-healing property, which includes a polyrotaxane, polyhedral silsesquioxane, and a fluorinated (meth)acryl compound.’
The patent is titled ‘Anti-fingerprint composition with self-healing property, film, laminate and device’ and describes how users are constantly dealing with fingerprint smudges and tiny scratches on their precious phone screens. Samsung’s answer is to create a protective layer on top of the screen that removes these things.