Samsung’s first folding-screen smartphone, the Galaxy Fold, released last year, features an inside and outside OLED dual-screen design with a 4.6-inch small screen on the outside of the body and a large 7.3-inch screen inside. Although the release time of the product has been repeatedly delayed, its revolutionary folding screen design and excellent screen display still make many consumers willing to pay for it. Samsung Galaxy Fold recently won the Industr Display Award (DIA) award from the International Information Display Institute, one of the most influential awards in modern display technology.
“With a high-resolution screen, a pure color gamut, a professional four-expansion graphics array standard, and peak brightness of up to 600 Kandra per square metre, the Galaxy Fold is undoubtedly a great showcase for Samsung’s screen display technology,” the DIA jury said. “
Galaxy Fold won the DIA Screen of the Year award along with Apple’s Pro Display XDR and Beijing Oriental’s 65-inch Ultra HD BD Cell display.
Samsung has long been a frequent visitor to the DIA Awards with its on-screen power. The Galaxy Fold’s innovative folding screen design and the quality of the screen itself demonstrate Samsung’s decade-high dominance in screen displays.
There are rumours that Galaxy Fold’s successor will be released in early August, with improvements in screen size and refresh rate, and the product will likely continue to raise the bar for collapsible mobile displays.