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Samsung working on devices with triple folds, rollable displays

Samsung is reportedly working on new devices with a triple-folding screen and a rollable display.


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Photo: Reuters
Photo: Reuters

is reportedly working on new devices with a triple-folding screen and a rollable display.

The South Korean tech giant has currently only revealed the designs as concepts on its display blog, reports GSMArena.

The first drawing shows a tri-folding display Galaxy Fold. This new device would eliminate the Fold's need for an external display, as it could fold down to a third of its unfolded footprint.

The other device that the company hinted at was a rollable display gadget. This product essentially has a long cylindrical body, which houses the flexible rolled up display.

A recent patent for the tri-folding device was re-imagined by LetsGoDigital in the form of a few mock-up renders.

This tri-folding device would feature a slide-out keyboard and could be used in different positions.

The company earlier introduced Galaxy Z Fold2 that sports a 6.2-inch cover screen and a 7.6-inch main screen when unfolded.

Galaxy Z Fold2 is Samsung's third foldable smartphone after Galaxy Fold and Galaxy Z Flip.



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First Published: Mon, November 30 2020. 11:24 IST