Foldable devicesOLED display technology is now making inroads in the TV market but it also has the potential to change how we use our handheld devices.
Of course, as with any Samsung patent (or patents in general), this doesn't mean that we will actually see this product commercially available.
We reported two days ago that Samsung has told attendees at the Samsung Developer Conference that their new more user-friendly user interface, OneUI, will not be coming to the Samsung Galaxy S8 and Note 8.
There is a confusion on what Samsung will call this phone; some say the Galaxy X and others, the Galaxy F. Whatever the name, it is expected that when spread the device can offer 7.3 inches of real estate and can be folded horizontally; again, a vertically openable model may also be in the works. Its minimalstic design keeps the most relevant content on the bottom half of the screen, making it more natural and comfortable for one-handed use, the company said.
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The three new notched displays should be heading to new devices by 2019 and beyond.
Samsung has been leaking information to the media about its foldable Infinity Flex Display smartphone for weeks, and the SDC is where the company made a decision to show it for the first time. Google is working with Samsung to help launch a device next year. Royole said it would start filling orders late next month.
Samsung also used the developers conference to announce it would begin letting app developers use Bixby, its artificial-intelligence platform for Samsung's smartphones and home appliances.
Samsung is likely to fully introduce a device for sale at the Consumer Electronics Show in January or at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona in February.