Samsung flexes its latest display developments on video
The annual Display Week conference concluded yesterday in San Jose, California, and Samsung Display is one of the most active participants. The Korean technology giant is showing its next wave of foldable OLED developments, and now we get another in-depth look at the devices in a promo video.
The first device in the video has an S-fold screen that bends at two points. When fully extended, the display measures up to 7.2 inches, giving users a large screen for multitasking. The video shows up to three different apps placed side by side and also presents a nice tent folding mode that also acts as a bed screen. A simple fold brings the device to a pocket-friendly size, which helps it slide into a jacket without any problems. When fully folded, the device is definitely thicker than previously foldable Samsung devices.
Samsung S-foldable screen in unfolded and folded mode
We get a new look at Samsung’s new portable screen with a sub-panel camera that presents a whole new look at ultrabook panels with some of the thinnest frames you can see on any mobile screen. Inspired by Microsoft’s Surface Neo, the 17-inch collapsible laptop looks like a capable productivity machine in a sleek and compact form factor with a versatile hinge mechanism.
Samsung 17-inch collapsible laptop
The last part of the clip is dedicated to the sliding screen smartphone teased in yesterday’s photos. We can see that the device has nice utility cases that allow you to open messages on the page as they look like the screen expands. The panel appears to be curved on both sides and can also seamlessly cast content to other Samsung monitors with a single flick.