Samsung hints revolutionary foldable phone will be unveiled next month

Samsung hints revolutionary foldable phone will be unveiled next month
The long-anticipated dual-screen foldable phone by Samsung is coming soon and the official reveal might happen as early as next month at the Samsung Developer Conference.

Samsung sent out a tweet a few days ago where it teases the phone with an animation of an unfolding design and the slogan for the developer conference is "the crossroads between the present and the future".

It's not the first time that we hear about the upcoming foldable Samsung phone. The company's mobile division chief, DJ Koh, said in an interview last month that the device could arrive by the end of the year.

So whether it is the whole device, a teaser or even something for developers, like a reveal of the interface, all of that could be coming at the Samsung Developer Conference that kicks off on November 7th in San Francisco.

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10 Comments

1. TheOracle1

Posts: 2213; Member since: May 04, 2015

Even if it's garbage, at least some companies are pushing the envelope unlike a certain company I won't mention.

2. Diego!

Posts: 867; Member since: Jun 15, 2009

iKnow, right? ;-)

3. midan

Posts: 2708; Member since: Oct 09, 2017

if he means that company his trolling failed very badly, because that company is doing exact same thing, like many others. Trends are more or less same for every companies, everyone is doing same things.

4. TheOracle1

Posts: 2213; Member since: May 04, 2015

Whatever you're trying to say it's coming out as nonsense. Aren't you the same Midan that didn't know there was no Playstore in China?

7. TheOracle1

Posts: 2213; Member since: May 04, 2015

Yes it was you and stop lying. You were gloating on the misleading article about the app store having much higher revenues than the Playstore and giving all sorts of stupid theories about Apple vs Android customers along with your fellow sheeple Creediddy who's posted on this thread too. "This is because iOS users easier spend their money, if you have more expensive phone you propably spend more for apps and use your phone more, most Android phones sold are cheap low end phones, lot of those newer buy any app". That's your exact quote with Creediddy gushing "you're so right!" like some teenager. Just to remind you both, the world's largest smartphone market doesn't have the playstore. Meanwhile, Apple have many patents but don't do jack with them. Look for their "innovative" version of a foldable phone in 2030.

8. midan

Posts: 2708; Member since: Oct 09, 2017

All that was true what i said, it was you who said i don't know China has play store, of course i do and it still doesn't change anything what i said. Just like every christmas we hear most of online sales came from Apple devices, again Apple users just spend more money because they have it, it's very simple fact. "Meanwhile, Apple have many patents but don't do jack with them. Look for their "innovative" version of a foldable phone in 2030." then earlier you said "Even if it's garbage, at least some companies are pushing the envelope unlike a certain company I won't mention." Don't you understand how silly that sound? :D so it's better to make crap than wait the tech mature enough and actually sell the product which people want to buy? and yes 2030 foldable phone can be great, not next year, tech just isn't ready for such a product to be useful.

9. TheOracle1

Posts: 2213; Member since: May 04, 2015

Sorry mate. Go back through that article and comments and it's clear that you and your sheeple friends were mixing up Google and Android. That was the context in which you made your comment. Context matters even though what you said is true overall it was wrong in the context of that article. How do you know it won't be excellent and useful? There wouldn't be any innovation if people listened to sheeple like you and Apple.

6. CreeDiddy

Posts: 2146; Member since: Nov 04, 2011

Just watch guys...prices at more than $1299 or more will result in failure. You have to remember between the S9 and Note 9, Samsung only generates less than 60 million in total sales globally every year. Roughly 40 million S9’s sold and 20 million Note’s. That’s it folks. They can’t really reach the high end like Apple. XS and XS Max alone will reach 60 million by the end of this year. That’s the difference. Many Samsung buyers won’t buy over $1000. That’s a proven fact. What makes people who are going to buy a $1000+ foldable device...?

10. mr.joosue

Posts: 52; Member since: Nov 06, 2017

I doubt that the phone will be trash, I'm it'll be pretty good at what it's supposed to do. But the thing is, who is gonna buy Samsung's foldable phone? Even if it didn't cost an upwards of $1K is anyone gonna really care that their phone can fold into a larger display? Of course I would, but I'm not the majority. People seem to be fine with whatever phone that's in their pockets right now. Sure, with the foldable phone you get more screen for media consumption and productivity, but is that really worth $1K?

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