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Samsung to use real glass on the Galaxy Fold 2 display
« on: December 25, 2019, 03:59:08 PM »

A tweet disseminated today from tipster Ice universe (@UniverseIce) reveals some very interesting news pertaining to the Samsung Galaxy Fold 2. The device, which opens and closes around the horizontal axis like the Motorola razr, will indeed use an ultra-thin glass cover instead of the plastic screens that have been employed by other foldables. As a result, the screen on the Galaxy Fold 2 will look flatter, according to the tipster who added that this is "the correct cover material for foldable phones." Last month, Samsung reportedly agreed to an exclusive  long-term contract with DoInsys for its ultrathin glass sheets.

Earlier this month, LetsGo Digital discovered that Samsung had requested three trademarks with the European Union Intellectual Property Office (EUIPO). The three names that the manufacturer wanted protection for were 'Samsung Ultra Thin Glass,' 'Samsung UTG', and 'UTG.'
The Samsung Galaxy Fold 2 could open up to reveal a 6.7-inch ultra-thin glass display

The Samsung Galaxy Fold 2 is expected to be unveiled alongside the Galaxy S11 line during an event scheduled for February 18th. Unlike the much bigger Galaxy Fold, which opens up along the vertical axis to reveal a 7.3-inch tablet, the sequel is designed to be a pocketable device until the time comes to use the phone. The buzz around the water cooler suggests that the device will open up to reveal a 6.7-inch display with a punch-hole selfie camera. An external screen is expected to serve up notifications, information about incoming phone calls, the time, date and weather. Samsung is expected to charge less than $1,000 for the foldable giving it a huge price advantage over the Motorola razr, which figures to be the Galaxy Fold 2's main competition.
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