The Samsung Rollable Flex was launched by the company in early May this year. Now, a new leak suggests a production timeline for the handset, as well as some key design and hardware specs that the handset might launch. Samsung joined the rollable display talk after Lenovo-owned Motorola showed off the Rizr Concept with a 6.5-inch rollable pOLED display at Mobile World Congress 2023 in Barcelona, Spain. Oppo is also a major brand rumored to be developing a rollable display phone.
Tipper Revegnus (@Tech_Reve) at tweet The Samsung Rollable Flex will go into mass production in 2025 and will use under-display camera technology, meaning the camera sensor will not be visible. The phone is also expected to feature a zero-bezel design.
During the rollout, the rollable smartphone was said to be five times larger when unrolled, from 49mm to 254.4mm. According to the South Korean tech giant, the display can be rolled and unfolded on an O-shaped axis to overcome the limitations of existing slideable and foldable screens.
Samsung said they are also working on a Flex In & Out screen that can be folded 360 degrees in two directions, and a Flex Hybrid display that has both folding and sliding technology. The company added that they will also launch a Slidable Flex Solo display that can expand from a 13-inch tablet to a 17-inch display.
It was previously reported that Oppo has also applied for a patent for a rollable smartphone. Images in the filing show a square-edge design with a camera and LED flash on the back panel, a volume rocker and power button on the right edge, and a USB Type-C port and speaker grill on the right edge. bottom edge. It’s unclear if the phone will roll to one side or the other.
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