Samsung has used its own first engine advantage in foldables to establish a head in the beginner category. Last winter, it was confirmed its commitment to folding devices promising new launches that make premium technology more accessible. Today, we take a look at the future folders it has in store, including larger flexible displays for phones and tablets. He presented the prototypes at the Display Week 2021 event, according to him SamMobile.
Among the concepts was a dual-fold OLED panel (pictured above) that can be used as a smartphone. When unlocked, the screen has a maximum size of 7.2 inches, which puts it between the main display on the Galaxy Z Flip (6.7-inch) and u Galaxy Fold 2 (7.6 inches).
Ditching folds, Samsung has also introduced a Slidable OLED display that extends horizontally. As a sign of innovation in space, we’ve already seen similar devices with slide-out and rollable screens styled by TCL and LG (at first gave up his mobile phone business).
Indicating that we may soon get a foldable Galaxy tablet, Samsung unveiled a 17-inch foldable panel at the event. With a 4: 3 aspect ratio when unlocked, the display is larger than the 13.3-inch screen at Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Fold Folding PC.
Finally, Samsung has also offered a look at its under-camera display (UPC) in a concept frame, which would allow edge-to-edge panels. The company first mock the technology on Chinese social media, promising that the UPC will lead to thinner, lighter laptops with smaller bezels. Again, u under screen camera The technology is already available in nature Axon 20 5G from ZTE phone and supposed to come Xiaomi phones this year. With the rest of the industry piling on the folds, including (if you believe the ancient noises) Apple, Samsung shows no signs of slowing down.
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