Technology giant Samsung announced its new generation OLED technologies, including dual foldable and swipeable screens, at Display Week 2022. While one of the screens on display attracts attention with the fact that it can be folded like a book; An important development for the place of OLED in laptops was also mentioned.
Display Week 2022 event, which introduced the new generation display technologies that concern the future of smartphones, tablets, televisions and many more, started in California. The event is also important as it takes place directly in person rather than online.
Display that can be folded twice: Samsung Flex G OLED
South Korean technology giant exhibited its prototype, which it called ‘Flex G OLED’, at the fairground. As the word ‘Flex’ suggests, the OLED panel, which stands out with its flexibility, promises to offer a more portable mobile device experience with its ability to fold inwards twice.
Samsung will also showcase its Flex S OLED technology, which is foldable in and out, at Display Week 2022. took it out. This screen is very similar to the concept images we often see when foldable smartphones were not as common as they are today.
Another technology introduced at the event: The 6.7-inch scrollable OLED screen. This panel extends upwards unlike existing scrollable screens that extend horizontally. Thus, it can offer a more useful experience while reading on the screen, surfing the Internet and using social media applications.
Finally, the 12.4-inch scrollable screen prototype was also introduced. The panel can expand horizontally from left and right between 8.1 inches and 12.4 inches according to the user’s needs.
240 Hz OLED screen for laptops in front of us
Along with the screens developed for mobile devices, Samsung announced the world’s first 240 Hz OLED screen for laptops at Display Week 2022. The 15-inch panel with QHD resolution is also expected to support HDR10+ and Dolby Vision.
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