Samsung has finally revealed its groundbreaking foldable phone at its 2018 developer’s conference. Samsung hasn’t revealed major specifications about the upcoming flagship. However, the device is rumored to be called the Galaxy X or Galaxy F, according to reports. Samsung teased its foldable phone through a short video. The company presented it under the cover of darkness to hide its design. The flexible device eschews glass for a composite polymer that's capable of being folded "hundreds of thousands of times", according to Samsung.
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"Our innovation pipeline includes rollable and stretchable displays," Samsung's Denison said during the presentation.
Samsung foldable phone expected features:
The screen size of the smartphone is 4.5 and 7.3-inches. The phone looks like a tablet when it's full opened and can close to look like your usual phone. It appears to have unibody displays that fold at the midpoint.
Samsung announced that the foldable phone, and future phones, will run on a redesigned version of Samsung's custom software called One UI. Samsung is making the One UI beta available this month, but only for Android 9 Pie users.
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Samsung's foldable display will let you multitask in three areas at once. The foldable phone automatically transfers the app or screen you're looking at in the folded-up position to the open position, and vice versa.
The foldable smartphone is likely to go sale early in 2019. The price of the phone for the base variant is likely to be around Rs 90,000, according to CNET website.