CES 2023: Samsung prepares to launch Flex Hybrid display that can fold and slide at the same time

Samsung Display will showcase its latest hybrid display design, at the invite-only CES 2023 exhibition starting on January 4. The display, aptly named Flex Hybrid, is capable of ability to slide and fold at the same time. Samsung claims this display is a prototype for an upcoming laptop, although it could also appear on the company’s tablets. On the left side of the Flex Hybrid there is a foldable design, along with sliding technology on the right. Users can choose between a larger 12.4-inch display with a 16:10 aspect ratio and a 10.5-inch display with a 4:3 aspect ratio.

The larger sliding screen that Samsung unveiled at Intel Innovation 2022 in September will be displayed alongside this folding and sliding display. This monitor has a form factor that can expand from 13 or 14 inches to 17.3 inches. Both the Flex Slidable Duet, which expands in two directions, and the Flex Slidable Solo, which expands in one direction, will be on display for this larger folding screen.

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Samsung’s Flex Hybrid Display
Image credit: Samsung Monitor

Samsung did not provide an expected release date for the Flex Hybrid display. We have yet to see any actual products using this type of display, although TCL also showcased a similar display. Idea in 2020 combine foldable and rollable screens into one. While it’s interesting to see these concepts, it’s unclear whether they will be commercially successful. While these specialized displays can make it difficult to manufacture devices on a large scale, laptop manufacturers are gradually overcoming these obstacles.

The Korean display panel manufacturer also announced the introduction of its 2023 QD-OLED display panel models. Samsung Display’s QD-OLED panels are larger OLED panels for TVs and monitors. Red and green colors are also shown using a blue emission layer passing through a quantum dot conversion layer. The company said it plans to introduce models in 77-inch, 65-inch, 55-inch and 34-inch sizes, along with a 49-inch variant designed for ultra-wide screens.

To enhance the screen’s brightness, Samsung Display declare used a new algorithm called IntelliSense AI as well as new organic materials for the emission layer. According to the manufacturer, these panels can achieve more than 2,000 nit brightness levels while using 25% less power than previous models.

A new digital cockpit design by the Korean tech giant that combines a 34-inch instrument panel with a 15.6-inch display will also be announced. In addition, the company will demonstrate efforts to reuse glass and reduce production-related greenhouse gas emissions.

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