Samsung seems to be working on smart goggles, which can be folded up just like normal glasses. This should not only facilitate the storage of glasses, but also facilitate repair.
Samsung's patent application was first discovered by Patently Apple, who also succeeded in tracking sketches of smart eyewear. From the pictures it's clear that Samsung wants to make folding glasses the same way they can be folded. Many smart glasses can not be folded, which makes their storage more difficult. The patent was filed by Samsung at the USPTO US Patent Office.
The pictures also show that Samsung puts the projector into one of the foot glasses, making the images visible to the user through the reflection through the built-in prism. By incorporating the technology into the foot of glasses, the repairs will become easier: if something is broken, the entire glasses should not be sent for repairs, but only the foot will be replaced.
It is unclear whether Samsung wants to release smart glasses. Patented techniques are not always put into commercially available products, although Samsung is likely to develop smart glasses. Apple's competitor Apple has recently announced rumors that stop the development of eyeglasses with extended reality.