Galaxy foldables have been gaining immense popularity, revolutionizing the foldable phone market and showcasing the potential for new form factors by moving away from traditional bar-type smartphones. In particular, the latest Galaxy Z Flip5 and Z Fold5 have captured consumers’ attention, especially in South Korea and Europe.
In the second part of this two-part series, Samsung Newsroom will dive into the remarkable technologies crafted by Galaxy developers and explain related terminology for everyone to understand.
Dynamic AMOLED 2X
Dynamic AMOLED 2X is Samsung’s latest and most advanced mobile display, building upon the original Dynamic AMOLED introduced in 2019. This enhanced version is tailored for high-speed gaming and multitasking, boasting a 100% accurate DCI-P3 color gamut for optimized colors and contrast. The display delivers a seamless user experience with smoother scrolling, excellent response times and HDR10+ certification. Notably, the adaptive refresh rate has been upgraded from 60Hz to 120Hz, further enhancing display performance.
Adaptive Refresh Rate
This technology is designed to offer a smooth and seamless scrolling and viewing experience by automatically adjusting the screen’s refresh rate based on the content being displayed. This feature not only ensures a smoother user experience but also optimizes battery life.
Auto Framing is a feature that automatically adjusts the Galaxy device’s camera angle based on the number of people in the picture. The view narrows when there is one person and widens when the camera detects at least two people in the frame. Moreover, the screen follows the movement of the detected photographer, allowing for a trackable…