Samsung’s first folding screen smartphone released last year, the Galaxy Fold, uses an internal and external OLED dual-screen design. The outside of the fuselage carries a 4.6-inch small screen. Inside, we can find a 7.3-inch large screen. Although the release time of this product has been postponed repeatedly, its revolutionary folding screen design and excellent screen display effect have made many consumers willing to pay for it. Recently, the Samsung Galaxy Fold won the Display Industry Award (DIA) from the International Information Display Society. Obviously this is one of the most influential awards in the field of modern display technology.
Best Display of the Year
The DIA jury said, ‘With a high-resolution screen, pure color gamut, and a professional four-expanded graphics array standard, and a peak brightness of up to 600 candelas per square meter, the Galaxy Fold is undoubtedly an excellent display technology for Samsung’s screen works.’
As said, the Samsung Galaxy Fold won the DIA ‘Best Screen of the Year’ award, along with Apple’s Pro Display XDR and BOE’s 65-inch ultra-high-definition BD Cell display.
Generally, Samsung has become a frequent visitor to the DIA Awards due to its powerful screen display. The Galaxy Fold has an innovative folding screen design as well as the quality of the screen is quite high. So it has demonstrated Samsung’s dominance in the field of screen displays for ten years.
There are rumors that the successor of the Galaxy Fold will be officially released in early August, with improvements in screen size and refresh rate. And this product will likely continue to improve the level of foldable mobile display screens.
Second-gen Samsung Galaxy Fold
According to a South Korean source, this tech giant has begun mass-producing the Galaxy Fold 2. And there is every reason to think it could be ready for a release in August. The first details about the handset internal may start to emerge in the next month. It’s also worth noting that the handset may come alongside the Galaxy Note 20 series which usually comes in August. It’s also rumored Samsung may use the Ultra Thing Glass (UTG) in the Fold 2 display. The very same material used in the Z Flip. Apart from the 2020 specifications, the Galaxy Fold 2 is expected to cost less than its predecessor. Moreover, the device will surf in the new trend of high-refresh-rate displays.