Reminiscent of the Google Glass design, Samsung's sketchshows a thumbnail-sized display over the left eyeglass.
Google's eyewear has a tiny display over the right eyeglass that shows information and websites.
It was not clear from Samsung's sketch and description whether its eyewear would be equipped with a touch control and a camera like Google Glass nor whether it would connect directly to the mobile Internet or be a slave to a smartphone.
The name and the description specify the Samsung product is designed for outdoors activities or sports.
Samsung did not respond to an email and a call seeking comment.
Google Inc is testing an early version of Google Glass with 10,000 people in the US after giving the public a first look at its Internet-connected eyewear in June last year. The early version can take pictures, record videos, navigate maps and works without a smartphone.
Other tech companies are also exploring ways to bring mobile computing to everyday objects such as watches and glasses.
Samsung introduced a smartphone-connected watch called the Galaxy Gear last month. Sony also announced a smart watch. Samsung filed the application for an eyewear patent on March 8.