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.
If you look at smartphones today, nothing much has changed when it comes to form-factor. We’ve seen manufacturers offering thinner bezels and curved screens but they essentially candy bar designs. Unlike in the early 2000s, we do get phones in various shapes and sizes like the original Motorola Razr, V70, Flipout, Nokia 7280, 7600 and the HTC Desire Z.
For those who wants something different, ZTE will be introducing a foldable smartphone that can transform from a normal phone into a mini-tablet.
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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