Well, it seems that now every major smartphone company wants to give us a smartphone. Samsung is one of the first companies to deliver flexible working devices, so we could perfectly say that it is one of the OEMs that has more experience in this field. In addition, its Samsung Display division seems to be getting ready to help a number of companies achieve the goal of entering the folding phone division. Rumors have already surfaced that Apple, Oppo, and Xiaomi are working with Samsung ‘s foldable displays, but the latest report claims that Google also plans to give us a rechargeable phone.
Samsung Display is likely to generate a ton of money for Samsung thanks to its foldable OLED displays. These folding panels are already proving to be able to stand up to everyday use in Samsung’s Galaxy Z Fold 2 and the Galaxy Z Flip. However, we will start to see more foldable Samsung display other phones, as a new report claims that Samsung Display is getting ready to work with Google, OPPO, and Xiaomi. The report states that Samsung Display is looking to ship up to one million foldable OLED panels to various companies in 2021, including the companies mentioned above.
It seems that OPPO may have decided to go for a phone with a clamshell design that will be similar to the Galaxy Z Flip or the Moto RAZR. However, rumors suggest that the OPPO option would feature a 7.7-inch panel that would be larger than the one found in the Galaxy Z Flip. Xiaomi, on the other hand, is expected to provide us with a device that would look more like the Galaxy Z Fold 2 or the Huawei Mate X2. Apple China already unveiled a prototype last year that featured a 7.92-inch folding display, but recent information suggests the new device will arrive with an 8.03-inch panel. Now, going back to Google, there is no information about the possible design of the possible folding device, but there are rumors that it asked Samsung Developed 7.6-inch folded OLED panel display.
The good news is that Google is the worst at keeping secrets, so if the company is actually working on a folding device, we’ll most likely start to see a leak or two coming to a head. soon. However, this device could remain a prototype that will never hit the shelves, but only time will tell.
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