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Samsung unveils futuristic triple-folding display prototype


Samsung has recently released a short video on its Samsung Display YouTube page, showcasing an impressive prototype of a new folding display the company has developed.

The display on display (pun intended) was a fully working prototype of a Samsung smartphone featuring a three-way-folding screen OLED screen. Essentially, it folds into itself origami-style into an S-shape, with both outer screens folding in onto the middle display at opposite edges.

Named “Flex In & Out,” when this display is triple-folded into its maximally compact form, it presents almost any regular smartphone (albeit extra thick and elongated), with the screen spanning 7.2 inches, and can be easily carried in a small purse or even a large pocket.

When fully unfolded, however, the Flex In & Out transforms into a large tablet with three separate screens, each of whch supports multi-screen multitasking. In other words, you’d be able to do three different tasks at the same time on this bad boy, which could make many working people’s lives easier indeed, if such a concept goes mainstream someday.

Though impressive, it isn’t hugely surprising that Samsung is working on such an innovation already. The Korean company is famous for its innovative mobile display technology, and is a leading vendor in the display industry worldwide.

The company has been selling its top-tier OLED panels to Apple for years, and most of Apple’s recent iPhones are fitted with none other than Samsung-made displays. Even the upcoming high-tier iPhone 13 models (the iPhone 13 Pro and iPhone 13 Pro Max, to be unveiled this month) will feature 120Hz LTPO displays ordered from Samsung.

While a triple-folding phone hasn’t made it to the market just yet, a few weeks ago, Samsung released its much anticipated double-folding phone, the Galaxy Z Fold 3, as well as the Galaxy Z Flip 3. Highly impressive phones in their own right, they can already be purchased from a number of vendors in the US

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