Folding smartphones are very popular among users and fans of gadgets today, and examples of them can be found in Samsung phones such as the Galaxy. Flip and hit Fold 3. The clamshell display of this model of phones uses new technology and we are witnessing various designs and shapes of these clamshell screens day by day.
She eats. It seems that with the increasing advancement of technology and technology, we can see more use of these folding displays.
Researchers at the South Korean Nanotechnology Research Center have introduced a three-dimensional QLED folding display that allows users to Fold it like origami paper and shape it into different shapes. The designs made by this Korean team include pyramids, butterflies, and paper airplanes. is not. Although researchers have developed different designs of these displays, such as the ones mentioned above, they are still looking for other ideas in their minds to design these displays.
According to team member Taiwan Hyun Korean technology research, this feature will be widely used in places where users use their e-newspaper and tablet. The technology of 3D folding screens is currently facing many limitations.
According to the research team, such screens can be folded more than 500 times and then returned to their original state, without negatively affecting its performance. Note that this statistic is very poor compared to the clamshell screens of the supplied handsets. Samsung, for example, claims that the Galaxy Fold display can be opened and closed up to 200,000.
These displays use a very low resolution that eventually reaches up to 64 pixels. Therefore, you can not even expect VGA video quality from these monitors. But the Korean team's researchers are confident that they will improve the quality of these displays in the near future.
It is clear that this technology is in the early stages of development and progress. But if monitors can be designed to fold and unfold like paper and not worry about their long-term performance, it looks like a special account can be made of the commercial potential of these monitors.