Samsung's foldable phone may not be what you're hoping for, here's what it could look like

Samsung is likely going to release a foldable phone this year, but it may not be what we were all hoping for. Here's what it could look like.
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33. Blazers

Posts: 723; Member since: Dec 05, 2011

We'll find out in a week.

34. p51d007

Posts: 700; Member since: Nov 24, 2013

IF this is what they release, they sure better not charge 1500 bucks for it. Most likely, this is just a PLANNED leak to get sites to pump this up, then release a real folding screen, instead of a twin screen to "wow" the uber geeks that will willingly shell out 1500 bucks for a toy.

35. geordie8t1

Posts: 278; Member since: Nov 16, 2015

The writer of this article is so dumb, do you not remember the demo of the working prototype, the samsung person on stage said they had to manufacture the screen 45% thinner then conventional displays to allow it to FOLD, he also said the device was hidden inside a case so as not to show the final design, meaning that the prototype he held was probably a very close to a final product albeit with some pre release software, he also went on to explain how the UI had to be programmed especially for this device to utilise both screens, and do you see him open and close the phone with no crease or seperate displays????? Talk about trash talking a product that hasnt even arrived, unless it was an iphone XSS + fold, then it would be wet dreams

43. mackan84

Posts: 254; Member since: Feb 13, 2014

Ever wondered why that prototype had such big shell. Flexible screens can’t fold flat and need a curve to fold, I think there is the dilemma or is Samsung willing to release a phone in the size of a book?

37. Seatech21

Posts: 66; Member since: Jan 01, 2018

Two Sammies stuck together, wow, now people will get twice the lag. No thanks!

38. perry1234

Posts: 632; Member since: Aug 14, 2012

Oh damn, time to sit this one out. I was really looking forward to a flexible display.

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