Samsung Future Displays: Samsung also presented a 17″ foldable screen with a 4:3 aspect ratio when it was entirely unfolded, which gave us an insight into what the business looks like in the future.
According to rumors, Samsung will release three foldable display smartphones in 2021. Now, the firm has unveiled several prototypes that offer us a glimpse at the future of displays.
Samsung Future Displays: These new prototype exhibits were unveiled at the Display Week 2021 exhibition in San Jose, California, which runs from May 16 to May 21. A video of these prototype displays was also shared by the group.
A bi-folding Galaxy smartphone was one of the prototypes seen at the launch, which has been in the works for quite some time. The unit has a maximum height of 7.2 inches when completely unfolded, according to Sam Mobiles reports. It can be used as a smartphone when folded twice, and when unfolded, it transforms into a tablet-like display.
In this case, Samsung also unveiled a slidable OLED display. It’s not the same as LG’s previous rollable OLED shows, but it’s a little different. In this case, the show can be extended horizontally without the need for any folds.
Apart from that, Samsung also demonstrated a 17-inch foldable screen with a 4:3 aspect ratio when completely unfolded, providing us a taste of the company’s upcoming displays. Finally, the company showed off its UPC (under-panel camera) display. This display would first be found in laptops, allowing for true edge-to-edge notebook displays.
When all is said and done, these are just some of the designs that Samsung displayed at the fair, and it’s unclear if the company will ever put some of them to market.