Samsung seems to have listened to the criticism from current users of its foldable devices and will be putting a solution in place for the next generation of foldable devices.
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Samsung is working to bring improvements to the displays of its future foldable phones. According to industry expert Ross Young, the upcoming Galaxy Z Flip 6 will feature an expanded cover display of 3.9 inches, an increase of 0.5 inches compared to its predecessor. This expansion would provide a more comfortable and functional user experience for everyday tasks.
In addition, the Galaxy Z Fold 6 could also receive improvements to its cover display, addressing previous criticisms about its narrowness. Samsung is said to be reconsidering the aspect ratio of the screens on the Galaxy Z Fold 6, aiming to offer a more practical and functional cover display for activities such as typing.
The foldable and cover displays on both the Z Fold 6 and Z Flip 6 will be larger
It has been noted that, through reverse engineering on a Huawei Mate X5, Samsung is exploring how Huawei managed to reduce the thickness of the phone while increasing battery capacity and significantly improving camera quality.
These changes aim to position Samsung more competitively in the foldable phone market by addressing common concerns and enhancing the user experience.
The foldable and cover displays on both the Z Fold 6 and the Z Flip 6 will be larger than on the Z Fold 5 and Z Flip 5. Exact sizes in latest DSCC Foldable Report. Flip 6 cover display approaching 3.9".
— Ross Young (@DSCCRoss) November 29, 2023
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