Some time ago, Huawei brought a new generation of folding screen mobile phone mate X2, which adopts a number of innovative designs to maximize the practicability of the folding screen mobile phone, leaving Samsung Galaxy Z fold far behind.
However, Samsung, as the world’s top screen manufacturer, has been committed to the research and development of new folding screen technology. According to the latest information, Samsung will launch a mobile phone with double folding screens by the end of this year, leading the world.
According to the disclosure, the screen ratio of this double fold mobile phone will be closer to the traditional 16:9 or 18:9, which can bring more coordinated display effect.
Samsung double folding screen mobile phone rendering
From the exposure rendering, this double folding screen mobile phone will adopt Z-type folding mode. This design makes the mobile phone only need one screen, and the part of the screen left outside after folding can naturally replace the previous secondary screen, which is more practical.
At the same time, this “Z” type folding mode is also consistent with the naming height of Samsung folding screen series Galaxy “Z” fold.
It is worth noting that the news also said that Samsung is currently looking for a more differentiated Galaxy S series mobile phone to replace the note series, which will generate greater profit margins.
A person close to Samsung said: “the decision to stop production of note series was almost made last year. Samsung hopes to bet more on folding screen mobile phones, which have much higher prices and more distinctive designs.”
Samsung double folding screen mobile phone will completely crush Note Series
This news also confirmed once again that the galaxy Note Series is about to be cancelled. Although Samsung has repeatedly denied it, the S series and folding screen series do have a big impact on the note series.
Today’s Note Series has lost its original significance as a super large screen. It’s only a matter of time before the cancellation of the note series, which is a pity.