Samsung Teases Its Foldable Phone, Will Reveal It Soon
The Samsung Developer Conference is just a day away and the hype around the event is increasing. Samsung will give the world a first glance at its foldable Galaxy smartphone, which also doubles up as a tablet. The foldable device had been under production for a long time and sports a 7.3 inch foldable internal OLED display.
Samsung updated the pictures on its Twitter handle and Facebook page. The new image features a ‘folding’ logo which obviously points towards the imminent launch of the folding phone. The folding phone has been given the title of Samsung Galaxy ‘F’ according to sources and doubles up as a tablet. There had been a lot of speculation regarding what kind of design Samsung would settle with for the device, and latest reports claim they have the answer. They stated that Samsung will use a 7.3 inch foldable internal OLED display and a 4.6 inch external OLED display. The internal display will hide completely when you fold the device and the external display will let you use it as a smartphone.
The device will take centre stage at Samsung’s Developer Conference. The official SDC app also states that Samsung will display their new Android 9 Pie Beta program and a brand new Galaxy UX. It also states that we will get to see ‘how a foldable displanew experience creates a totally e’. However, this is not the first folding display. A Chinese company, Rouyu has already shown their display running on the unannounced Snapdragon 8150 ( a.k.a Snapdragon 855). The device is available for pre-order and a lot of people also had used the device hands-on.
However, as we have seen before, it doesn’t matter that much as to who introduced the technology first. It is expected that Samsung phone will produce a much more refined and smoother device when compared to the Rouyu FlexPai. Samsung is also expected to provide more details about its Galaxy Home AI Speaker at the event.