The revelations reiterate Samsung’s consideration of an ultra-thin glass folding screen for the Galaxy Z Flip

As Samsung’s February launch nears, more recent news about the company’s second folding-screen smartphone is beginning to grow. Rumor has it that the machine, or Galaxy Z Flip, is styled closer to the Moto Razr. But what interests us most is whether it will replace the polymer screen on the Galaxy Fold, change it to an ultra-thin glass material, and how to handle the creaseins in the middle.

The revelations reiterate Samsung's consideration of an ultra-thin glass folding screen for the Galaxy Z Flip

(Photo from: Wang Benhong Weibo)

Today, XDA Developers whistleblower Max Weinbach shared more rumors about the new screen on Twitter.

According to it, Samsung or the Galaxy Z Flip OLED screen plus the ultra-thin Glass.

The revelations reiterate Samsung's consideration of an ultra-thin glass folding screen for the Galaxy Z Flip

(Screenshot via Theverge)

But last month, the Ice Cosmos (@UniverseIce) had already made similar news, and Samsung applied for a trademark in Europe.

Weinbach adds: ‘The upcoming folding screen is southwest and there is a more visible crease in the middle (as shown in the micro-blogging photo).

The revelations reiterate Samsung's consideration of an ultra-thin glass folding screen for the Galaxy Z Flip

(Photo from: Wang Benhong Weibo)

If Samsung is determined to protect its flexible screen with more durable ultra-thin glass on the Galaxy Z Flip, it will be a big difference from the plastic-screen Motor Razr and the first-generation Galaxy Fold.

In addition, when the phone is closed, the user can see the remaining charge, charging speed, and the viewfinder that acts as the camera on a smaller screen.