Samsung’s first foldable OLED display was introduced

Samsung's first foldable OLED display was introduced

Samsung, one of the pioneers of mobile OLED displays, recently unveiled its latest product: Flex hybrid OLED panel. This display is designed for futuristic devices such as smartphones, tablets and laptops that can be folded or slid into a smaller device. This Samsung display is foldable on one side and comes out slidingly on the other side.

Specifications of Samsung foldable OLED display

Samsung Display’s 10.5-inch OLED Hybrid Flex screen has a 4:3 aspect ratio. The display can be opened from one side to become a 12.4-inch screen with a 16:10 aspect ratio. When this panel is fully opened, it can be used to watch videos. This display also shows black color with great depth, and in addition, the viewing angle and brightness are very good. Samsung will showcase this OLED panel at CES 2023 in Las Vegas.

Samsung folding screen

The Samsung display also features two other OLED panels that can be opened in a sliding manner. The Flex Sliding Solo is a 14-inch OLED panel that opens on one side and turns into a 17.3-inch display. The Flex Sliding Duet is another OLED panel that opens from both sides to convert from a 14-inch display to a 17.3-inch display. These panels were showcased at Intel Innovation 2022 in September 2022. And now they’re making their public debut at CES 2023.

Samsung’s new OLED panels enable the creation of devices with small but advanced dimensions. Despite their small size, these products can accommodate large screens. It is not expected that these types of products will be launched soon. According to recent rumors, Samsung MX is making a tablet that can be folded twice to reduce its dimensions significantly.

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