The main feature of the Samsung Galaxy Fold successor, the Galaxy Z Flip, is its 6.7-inch flexible ultra-thin glass display (UTG). Samsung UTG is less than 100 microns thick, and the possible display thickness is 30 sm, which is equivalent to the thickness of human hair. The main difference between the Galaxy Z Flip and razR is that the RAZR’s display is covered with plastic, and Motorola says creases and bulges on the display are normal, something Samsung UTG probably avoids.
The Galaxy Z Flip’s UTG is more advantageous than the plastic-covered glass (POLED) in razR, and the Galaxy Z Flip’s display is not only more scratch-resistant and less reflective than the RAZR. Motorola even warned users to “avoid sharp objects” and not to use a screen protector.
On January 30, 2020, Samsung Electronics submitted the UTG trademark to the European Union Intellectual Property Office (EUIPO). The blue change on G indicates a collapsible display. Samsung will host the Unpacked event in San Francisco on February 11th and announce the launch of the Galaxy Z Flip. The Galaxy Z Flip will go on sale on February 14 for about $1,500.
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