Samsung Display has recently launched a new website to display all possible form factors for folding OLED panels. Samsung calls its flexible displays Flex OLED and divides them into five categories.
New website And the beautiful Samsung Display categorize its folding panels into “Flex Bar”, “Flex Note”, “Flex Square”, “Rollable Flex” and “Flex Slide” (Slidable Flex) has introduced.
The flex bar has a shell-like appearance and is used for clamshell phones such as the Galaxy Z Flip 3. Flex Note monitors are used for laptops that will have a foldable screen. Flex Square is also intended for phones like the Galaxy Z Fold 3.
Roubleflex panels are used for devices with rolling screens, and we will probably see more phones with this design in the future. LG uses this technology in one of its TVs. The Flex slide is also for those products that have elastic displays, and Oppo had previously shown prototypes of them. The number of these products should also increase in the future.
Samsung Display Flex OLED displays have high brightness, support HDR10 + and have a better screen protector (UTG) than competitors. Samsung claims that these screens can be folded more than 200,000 times, in other words, you can open and close your phone 100 times a day for five years and not worry about the screen breaking.
Samsung Display is the largest manufacturer of small OLED panels for smartphones and tablets. The company has also recently entered the mid-size OLED panel market with displays with high refurbishment rates, however, their most popular clamshell product is probably the same panel found in Samsung’s latest clamshell phones, the Galaxy Z Flip 3 and Galaxy Z Fold 3. Used.