Samsung creates tablets with folding screen to book

There is a constant debate between that screen format is better for a tablet or mobile. Some think that bigger is better, because you can do more things and see everything with more quality, and others that the smaller the better, as this can take anywhere.

Would not it be great to join two ideas? It seems that Samsung has reached a possible solution with their folding screen. Yes, you hear, fully collapsible as if it were a book and no significant meeting in the middle. The secret then.

To allow for flexibility in the medium is used silicone and the sandwich of these 3 can be made so that an OLED is 1 mm below the other while the tactile crystal is the same height. This allows you to open both sides are practically glued together and with only a loss of only 6% brightness on the board.

Although we have spent years hearing about flexible OLED screens, much as they were, at the end of the meeting ended in the middle gradually destroying the screen in that area.

In response, the Samsung team has found another solution that is much cheaper and offers better performance. The idea is to use a book format with two rigid OLED screens on each protective glass.

To allow for flexibility in the medium is used silicone and the sandwich of these 3 can be made so that an OLED is 1 mm below the other while the tactile crystal is the same height. This allows you to open both sides are practically glued together and with only a loss of only 6% brightness on the board.

To allow for flexibility in the medium is used silicone and the sandwich of these 3 can be made so that an OLED is 1 mm below the other while the tactile crystal is the same height. This allows you to open both sides are practically glued together and with only a loss of only 6% brightness on the board.

Creating them is as simple and inexpensive that could mean the beginning of the tablets as a standard book format and large screen sizes allowing very compact. You do you say do you like to have a tabletbook?

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