Samsung has hinted to a future consisting of rollable, foldable, and slideable OLED screens as part of its ‘OLED Era.’ However, a new site for Samsung Display reveals that the company’s teasers are now more thinner than ever.
According to The ‘Flex OLED’ page on the Samsung site, it hints that Samsung may soon be diversifying into a wider range of screens, delivering a variety of aspect ratios and folding in a variety of various ways. The company’s present portfolio only includes the Flip smartphones, but it may be expanded in the near future.
Another flagship is the Samsung Ultra Thin Glass technology which was also noted for its enhanced durability, able to survive 100 folds each day or five years of continuous use. UTG has even been reported to have the same toughness as genuine glass, albeit this needs to be seen.
The technology guru has already achieved a surprisingly small bending radius of only 1.4mm, that should result in a smaller crease and thinner gadgets.
The posters that appear to show tablets and laptops with folding screens and TVs with rollable displays that roll like paper are arguably the most exciting. Nevertheless, the gadgets and devices are still in their early phases, but a world in which such technology is commonplace is now closer than ever before with the aid of the tech giant.
A Flex Bar—a display style similar to the one featured on the Z Flip3—and Flex Square are also shown on the site (a Z Fold-style panel). Samsung Flex Note is a new trademark that might be adapted by the technology guru to define its technology featured on gadgets and device innovations such as the ThinkPad X1 Fold, as shown off.
Samsung’s ambition is a tremendous move in the right way given that m any people thought smartphones had hit their developmental height, but it’s evident that there’s still a lot more awaiting in the future.