Samsung says its Galaxy Z Fold 2 display has the ‘world’s smallest curvature’


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Samsung OLED screen used in Galaxy Z Fold 2 It has the “smallest curvature in the world” with a radius of only 1.4 mm (1.4R), the company’s width division Advertise. This narrow curvature allowed Samsung to build the Fold 2 with a folded gap smaller than the original model, allowing for a more attractive design while reducing previous issues such as dirt getting into the screen.

Samsung also said French company Bureau Veritas has certified the display for 200,000 folds, calling it a standard for future displays. This durability is apparently possible due to the multi-layered structure of the screen that acts like a “cushion” when the panel is folded. However, Samsung too claimed That the original Galaxy Fold would handle at least 200,000 times, and it didn’t work Tested by CNET.


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