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The Galaxy Slide with Sliding Display will be the next big idea in Samsung’s smartphone segment.

The Galaxy Z Fold 3 is currently the best folding screen phone and will have the “successor” Galaxy Z Fold 4 next year. But the next frontier for foldable phones and their display technology Samsung There may be a sliding screen.

Samsung Display – This is revealed from the small website of the new OLED screen era. This website shows the thin and flexible OLED displays of Samsung Display.

Galaxy S Flex.

According to the website, Samsung will one day introduce screen technology called “Flex OLED” in phones with sliding screens, although the square-fold screen will fit in the current Galaxy Z Fold series phones.

Using Ultra-Thin Glass (UTG – Ultra Thin Glass), Samsung can effectively create a phone or tablet with a sliding screen, allowing it to expand into smaller devices as a portable device.

In fact, this concept appeared in the Oppo X 2021, which stretches outwards and flattens the edges of the screen on both sides – making it easier to slide the back of the mobile evenly and create a larger screen. Samsung’s “Slidable Flex” concept follows this pattern.

Samsung is ready for the next roll and fold display technology.

The design style can create a slim mobile while the screen is rotated at the back. However, the folding screen has a 1.4R curve – as in the Galaxy Z Fold 2, which allows Samsung’s folding screen to fit more closely with the phone’s frame, thus making the device slimmer.

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Of course, Samsung did not mention any sliding screen devices, the sources only revealed the renders. On the other hand, Samsung has long been making innovations in screen technology and device design factors, so trying to build a phone with a sliding screen is not a “leap”.

The innovations in Flex OLED can also be applied to the next generation Galaxy Z folds, which provide a sharper curve and therefore a flatter fold. This solves one of the minus points of the Galaxy Z Fold 3 – making it very difficult to fold.

Of course, the public should at least wait until 2022 to see what Samsung does next. The company is likely to launch the Galaxy S22 series early next year. And apparently, right now, the company is at the peak of its era Skills With innovative and flexible display.

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US moguls skier Kai Owens ready for return to China, where she was abandoned as infant

Kai Owens will represent the U.S. at the Beijing Winter Olympics next week as a moguls skier, returning to the country where she was born.

Owens, 17, was abandoned at a town square in a Chinese province as an infant. She was taken to an orphanage and adopted by a Colorado couple when she was 16 months old. She told TMZ Sports earlier this week she was solely focused on the Games but was going to try and take in as much as she can.

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The United States' Kai Owens reacts after a run in the finals of a World Cup freestyle moguls competition at Deer Valley Resort in Park City, Utah, Friday, Jan. 14, 2022. (AP Photo/Rick Bowmer)

"I'm just trying to explore everything I can and enjoy the moment," she said.

She said she and her family will try to get back to the Chinese province where she was abandoned once the coronavirus pandemic dies down.

"Right now, I'm mainly focused on competing, but my family and I have plans to return to China once COVID allows us to, to kind of go back to the province that I was born in and maybe do some birth parents research," she told TMZ Sports. "My primary goal for this trip is the Olympic games, but I'm definitely hoping to do a cultural experience later this year."

United States' Kai Owens watches scores after competing in the finals of a World Cup freestyle moguls competition at Deer Valley Resort in Park City, Utah, Friday, Jan. 14, 2022. (AP Photo/Rick Bowmer)

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She told the Associated Press everything will become "full circle" for her once she steps off the plane in Beijing.

"It becomes full circle when I step off that plane in China. When my skis touch the snow in China, it’s going to be a really special moment for me because I get to ski in the Olympic Games in my birth country. It’s crazy how life works," she said.

United States' Kai Owens holds her skis after competing in the finals of a World Cup freestyle moguls competition at Deer Valley Resort in Park City, Utah, Thursday, Jan. 13, 2022. (AP Photo/Rick Bowmer)

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Owens has been a rising star in the skiing ranks. She was the youngest American to win a North American moguls competition, doing it at 14 years old. She was the Rookie of the Year in 2021.

The Associated Press contributed to this report.

Ryan Gaydos is the sports editor for Fox News and Fox Business. Story tips can be sent to Ryan.Gaydos@fox.com.

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