Samsung introduces a new foldable screen technology
Samsung introduces a new foldable screen technology

There's no shortage of foldable screen demos from manufacturers this year, but Samsung has made more promises to people with its latest concept in foldable and slide display products.

As part of its participation in Virtual Display Week in 2021, Samsung has introduced several new OLED options that give us an idea of ​​the types of devices we can expect from the company in the future.

In addition to the "Under Display Camera" or "UPC" control panel, the new options also offer a larger foldable panel.

There have been long rumors that Samsung is planning to launch a forked Galaxy device, and a new S-foldable OLED panel is in development, so the panel could be part of a foldable device internally or externally.

After folded twice, the device can be used as a smartphone with a maximum size of 7.2 inches when opened.

Samsung's sliding screen has also been the subject of a lot of speculation, and the company holds several patents in the technical field.

A prototype of a sliding OLED screen has been revealed that can enlarge the screen horizontally without folding it.

Additionally, a Samsung foldable tablet with a 17-inch foldable plate could be introduced to the market.

This screen provides the required space for a tablet with an aspect ratio of 4: 3 when operating the tablet. The tablet equipped with this screen is much more powerful than other tablets on the market today.

The company unveiled the UPC Bottom Camera Screen, a solution for laptops that installs the front camera below the screen for the edge-to-edge panel.

The company had previously mocked technology on Chinese social media platforms and promised that UPC could produce thinner laptops with smaller bezels.

The camera technology can be used at the bottom of the screen on ZTE's Axon 20 5G phones and is expected to be launched on Xiaomi phones this year.

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