The image shows a transparent foldable phone shape located in the center and a desert spreading out like a wave while the wind passes through it at the back.
An unfolded foldable phone laid down unfolds and shows a woody forest on the device screen. At the bottom, an image comparing the panel structure of the Conventional OLED and the Eco2 OLED is displayed. At first, conventional OLED panels with OLED panels, Polarizer, and Samsung UTGTM structures are shown, followed by Eco2 OLED panels with Eco2 OLED and Samsung UTGTM structures.
Reduced plastic parts, lower power consumption. Eco2 OLED now integrates the previously separate polarizer function. Without the extra layer in the way, images get clearer, plastic is saved, and power is more efficient. Eco-friendliness that showcases spectacular color and clarity.
The image shows the comparison of the power consumption of conventional OLEDs and Samsung Eco2 OLEDs from side to side. A frog is displayed on the foldable smartphone screen that folds left and right. Conventional OLEDs have a dark device screen with 43% battery remaining, but Eco2 OLEDs maintain the brightness of the screen with 57% battery remaining at same usage time.
Eco2 OLED saves energy. By transmitting light at a 33% higher rate than before, it reduces power consumption up to 25% while achieving the same brightness. The integrated polarizer lets you use your phone longer, without dimming your screen from battery worries.
The image shows the compareion of the color area with a triangular graph and a foldable smartphone based on REC 2020 (standard of color primaries for broadcasting images). The graph shows the expansion of the color spaces resulting from various changes of colors in the device screen starting from Conventional, which occupies the smallest color space, to Samsung Eco2 OLED and REC 2020.
Spectacular visuals from the brightest, most vibrant colors. Eco2 OLED's internal polarization plates express higher color purity and more color regions. Achieving up to 90% of Rec. 2020's largest existing color gamut lets you experience a revolution in real-world color.
It is a video representing a UPC (Under Panel Camera) that mounts a smartphone's front camera under the panel. A light rotates in a black background, creating a camera hole, and the image disappears. An image of a smartphone with a thin bezel appears and zooms out, and shows its location with the text, "UPC Invisivle Camera hole."
The way a screen should be. Enjoy truly uninterrupted viewing on a genuine Infinity Display. Experience edge-to-edge crystal-clear picture unmarred by a camera hole. The under panel camera is imperceptibly overlaid with pixels for color uniformity UL has certified as visually indistinguishable.
Invisible camera hole
Foldable smartphones unfold in a dark background, showing the images of snowing cities. When you scroll down, the image turns into a full screen, showing a winter background, city name, and minimum temperature of each city. The cities in order are NEW YORK -10 Celcius, HELSINKI -17 Celcius, SAPPORO -15 Celcius, TORONTO -20 Celcius.
Extreme temperatures, no problem. With folding durability that withstands even the coldest days, Samsung Foldable OLED readily endured testing of 30,000 folds at a chilling -20℃, verified by Bureau Veritas.