Samsung was one of the heroes of Chess 2022 in Las Vegas, the world’s leading technology exhibition, which continued despite a long series of setbacks. Korean also unveiled a new range of TVs that can display digital work on the Galaxy S21 Fe smartphone and NFT, as well as a preview of what the next foldable phones will look like. First, the Flex Note is a three-screen model that can go from a 13-inch panel to a 17-inch one; The second flex is slideable, fitted with a sliding opening technology.
Both prototypes have already shown themselves in recent months with patents already published online. The Flex Note is, as we have seen, a device that eliminates the need to carry not only a tablet but also a laptop. When closed it is larger than a traditional mobile phone, but can hide a sequence of complex functions that can only be followed by a notebook. The most suitable for mass use is the Slidable, which hides a second small one under the main display, which expands the touch surface of the smartphone. The opening movement takes place at the press of a button, thus preserving its function. Both the Flex Note and Slideable are ideas, but it is not excluded that Samsung starts from here to test new foldable solutions.
Bookings for the Galaxy S21 Fe in Italy will begin next week, with the “fan version” of last year’s best S21 being unveiled at the US Consumer Electronics Show on January 4th. The mobile has a 6.4 inch AMOLED screen, the same processor as the S21 range, a triple lens camera and 5G connectivity.
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