Samsung doesn’t tire of coming up with new folding formats… now with a 360 degree hinge!
after what Opposition painted their faces With some great Find N2 and Find N2 Flip on their land, it seems Samsung wants to confirm that they are still thinking about the new folding designEven changing formats and working on new and innovative hinges.
for now we have to Can’t wait to see how the Galaxy Z slims down the middle crease Swap out the outer screens for flexible panels or other more useful ones, but what we know is in the Seoul offices they are testing the new prototype Which can also be folded 360 degrees.
At least that’s what our colleagues at The Verge showed us, who had access to the Samsung Display prototype It was shown at CES 2023 among many others a few days ago in Las Vegas, and which is 360 degree swivel hinge both inside and outside.
has been enrolled “flex in and out” and maybe it will ensnare us The solution to taking care of a flexible panel but squeezing its full potentialand is that this format will allow to save the device with a fully protected panel, but being able to deploy it later with all its benefits In any position and in 360 degree… It will be a new ‘Flex Mode’ but with vitamins!
her top secret will be in hinge “Dumbbell” which is also anticipated for the Galaxy Z Fold 5, and which will be able to create an internal drop of sorts Able to significantly reduce center crease flexible screen.
The attractive prototype of Samsung Display, in pictures
This mechanical design also This will put less pressure on the board where the screen is locatedAllows to improve the durability and resistance of the set.
For now, of course, it is Just a design exercise for Samsung Display which has become the main provider of flexible AMOLED screens on the planet, though who knows, Maybe Samsung wants to surprise us after the summer With the third Galaxy Z in a roll-up format or with such a novelty.
However, others have already overcome this by using their own components and formats. Finding utility and sense will be the keySomething that no folder has explained very well to us yet… or if?