Samsung plans to increase the production of foldable displays. The company wants to take the production of this display to 10 lakh units per month.
Samsung plans to increase the production of foldable displays. The company wants to take the production of this display to 10 lakh units per month. The company wants to achieve this target by the end of this year, which is about 4 times more than the current output. Korea giant Samsung currently produces 260,000 foldable displays every month. The company has targeted to reach 6 lakh units by the end of May. The new report is given by ET News Korea.
Samsung Display is more in demand
According to the report, the demand for Samsung Display is increasing. Demand for Samsung’s display for flexible display solutions by Chinese smartphone maker companies is increasing continuously. Keeping this in mind, the company wants to increase its production. To supply the demand, the company wants to boost the production of the display in its Vietnam unit. In addition, Samsung may soon launch a better version of the Galaxy Fold.
However, only such reports have come out. The company has recently launched its new foldable smartphone Galaxy Z Flip. Which is more than a foldable low flip smartphone. Samsung Galaxy Z Flip smartphone has direct competition in the market from Motorola Razer 2020.
Samsung Galaxy Z Flip specifications
Samsung claims that the hinges given in the Galaxy Z Flip smartphone are better than the Galaxy Fold launched last year. Along with this, the company also says that it has taken care that there will be no dust between the hinge and the flexible display. The Galaxy Z Flip smartphone can be launched with Snapdragon 855+ chipset, 8GB RAM + 256GB UFS 3.0 storage.
The exterior of this smartphone has a 12-MP ultra-wide-angle camera lens with a 12 MP primary camera sensor. The Galaxy Z Flip smartphone has a 10-MP front camera at the front. The Galaxy Z Flip smartphone comes with a 3,300mAh battery and 15W fast charging. The Galaxy Z Flip smartphone runs on Android 10 based One UI 2.0.