So far, we have seen two Samsung’s dual-screen smart phones, the first being the Galaxy Fold, and the recently launched Galaxy Z Flip. Of course, Samsung seems a bit wary when it comes to bringing the Galaxy Fold to the market, as it has many weaknesses as well as problems, but it still gets a lot of support from consumers. Flip can be said to be one of Samsung’s biggest successes, which turned the weaknesses of the Galaxy Fold into a new breakthrough that was more than ever before.
However, as we know that the company is likely to have another smart phone to launch this year, in fact it could be the second generation Galaxy Fold. There’s no word on whether the Galaxy Fold 2 will be equipped with a high-definition display, which means Samsung’s screen could be improved. Even more solid, it’s likely that the screen made from Polyimide plus Ultra-Thin Glass technology will create a new folding screen for the Galaxy Fold 2. The Polyimide, of course, is the only plastic screen that Samsung has used on the Galaxy Fold, and the ultra-Thin Glass technology is used by South Korean companies with the Galaxy Z Flip. The company may use both of these technologies to make the screen bend, which is quite capable Use with the S Pen.
However, as with the Galaxy Z Flip, even though it has a slim glass screen, obviously, it still needs a flexible, flexible screen. It may be possible that Polyimide or the plastic screen used on the Galaxy Fold will be rolled over, and the main goal is that the company will likely want to make it strong enough for the device. It also comes with the S Pen, which means the Galaxy Fold 2 will probably come with the same pen as the larger Galaxy Note.