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Is rollable display the best implementation of foldable screen?


New member
Jun 26, 2019
I have seen a number of implementations of foldable screens. From Samsung Galaxy Fold to Microsoft Surface Duo, there is no dearth of such devices today in market. But of all the implementations, I feel that rollable displays provide the best form and most practical form factor.

If that is the case, I wonder why tech companies are not adopting this design? In fact, to save Surface Duo from getting shelved, Microsoft should make sure that Surface Duo 3 comes in this form factor. Let me know what you think about this topic.