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    Familiarity with Samsung's new panels - Korean art with folding, sliding and UDC displays
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    Before the launch of the SID, which is held annually by the Information Display Association, Samsung unveiled its latest display panels on Monday, May 17, 2021 (May 27, 1400) during a virtual event called Display Week 2021. The OLED panels - the brainchild of Samsung specialists - herald the future of the Korean company's various types of devices. Among the panels on display at the event were the following: S-shaped folding panel, sliding display, and large, borderless display for the laptop with the camera in it. This virtual event lasts until May 21 (May 31).

    https://mobiletony.com Familiarity with Samsung's new panels - Korean art with folding, sliding and UDC displays

    Here's a look at some of Samsung's new individual panels unveiled at Display Week 2021:

    Rumors of a Samsung display that folds in two , Has been heard from news circles for a long time. Apparently this rumor was true. As can be seen in the image, this display can be folded from two points to form an S-shape. This feature leaves the user free to adjust the amount of display needed for what he is doing. This panel can be part of an inward-folding or outward-folding device. When the panel is folded twice, it can be used like a smartphone. The maximum size of this panel is 7.2 inches when fully open (something between a 6.7-inch Galaxy Z Flip display and a 7.6-inch Galaxy Fold2 display). Not to mention, in the device displayed with this panel, the cameras are located on the left edge of the screen.

    Like the S-shaped foldable display, there has been a lot of speculation about Samsung's sliding screens. Many patents have been filed in this field under the name of Samsung. But finally we see the unveiling of a prototype of a phone with an OLED slider display by Samsung. This technology allows the screen to be expanded horizontally - without the need for any folding. In the prototype presented by Samsung at this show, normally, only a phone with normal dimensions can be seen. But with the push of a button, the phone's display starts to expand from the right, adding a few millimeters to its width.

    https://mobiletony.com Familiarity with Samsung's new panels - Korean art with folding, sliding and UDC displays

    of course Sliding screens were not a new idea, and companies such as TCL and LG (before shutting down their mobile division) had released teasers of smartphones with sliding screens. In a similar move last year, Oppo unveiled the Oppo X 2021 concept device, whose slider display diameter could be increased from 6.7 inches to 7.4 inches.

    Samsung apparently came up with the idea of ​​making large clamshell tablets, as it also unveiled a 17-inch clamshell panel at a recent virtual show (just like Microsoft's Surface Neo tablet or Lenovo's ThinkPad X1 Fold tablet ). Considering the applications of productivity, the aspect ratio of this display when open is 4: 3. The device equipped with this display can be used in both portrait and landscape modes. Undoubtedly, a tablet produced with this type of display will have more diverse functions.

    https://mobiletony.com Familiarity with Samsung's new panels - Korean art with folding, sliding and UDC displays

    Finally, we come to the part where we talk about the middle ground. Thanks to the built-in in-screen camera - called UDC - below the top edge, Samsung has managed to create an almost full-screen display. ZTE had previously implemented the idea of ​​an in-camera camera with the ZTE Axon 20 smartphone, but the idea of ​​an in-camera camera is unprecedented, and it is unlikely that Samsung will soon launch such a laptop and become the first manufacturer to produce a full-screen laptop with a camera. Get a title inside it.

    https://mobiletony.com Familiarity with Samsung's new panels - Korean art with folding, sliding and UDC displays

    Unspoken Not to mention, the Galaxy Z Fold3 clamshell - which will be introduced in the near future - will also likely feature a built-in camera.

    Source: Samsung





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