As curved displays are now mainstream on Samsung flagship devices, the next breakthrough would be a smartphone with a foldable display. Talks about Samsung making a foldable smartphone have been going on for years and word has it that it will be called the Galaxy X. Initially expected for this year’s release, it looks like we’ll have to wait for another year before we can see this new form factor with a flexible display.
In the past few launches, Samsung had revealed their Galaxy S and Galaxy Note series at their own Samsung Galaxy Unpacked events in New York. For the upcoming Galaxy S9, it appears that Korean smartphone maker is definitely making a comeback at the world’s biggest mobile show in Barcelona.
One of the bigger smartphone innovations that have been rumoured to hit shelves this year is the foldable smartphone — this idea that you can have a small phone that folds out into a big one. It’s novel and its cool but, based on recent reports that Samsung has trademarked the name Galaxy X, it’s also imminent.
Or is it?
We’ve seen large displays, small displays, curved displays, modular displays and even flexible displays. But now, it seems Samsung wants to take it a step further by introducing a smartphone with a foldable display.
Yes, the future is now. Well, sort of.
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