Samsung has always been a manufacturer that brings new smart gadgets according to the needs of the new generation. After revealing their best-ever innovative Z series of foldables, smartwatches, and tablets recently, the firm now wants to focus on coming up with something new. Flip foldables from Samsung have set a new standard in the market. Following the popularity of flip phones, consumers are now anticipating rollable smartphones from South Korean tech.
According to the tipster, Revegnus (@Tech_Reve), Samsung anticipates beginning the mass production of rollable smartphones in 2025. The tipster highlighted two features as prominent, one of which is that it will be equipped with a better under-panel camera (UPC) than a front-facing camera, and he also added that it will have zero bezels, which indirectly claims that it has an edge-to-edge display. The name of the model and other specifications have not been revealed by the firm. The gadgets may arrive as dual-folding screens and phones with rollable screens that might be converted into tablets.
It is also said that the next-generation display technology, a rollable OLED display panel with a lower form factor, which was unveiled by Samsung during SID Display Week 2023, which was held at the Los Angeles Center in California, would be used by Samsung rollable smartphones. It is also said to have the ability to extend up to a 12.4-inch display. The presence of an internal motor allows the flexible OLED panel to roll and unroll. Maybe the rollables can be debuted along with the seventh edition of Foldables, as they were also expected in 2025.
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