Samsung's foldable phone is real and opens into a tablet - CNET

Samsung took the wraps off its new Infinity Flex Display device this morning, the first foldable hybrid gadget from the company that transforms from a phone into a tablet. Samsung says it plans to go into mass production for a first run of the device in a “matter of months,” but we don’t really know much of anything about it beyond the brief glimpse we got onstage today. It’s a total mystery what it will cost, and we know very little about how the software will really function and just how many different display orientations it supports. At a session this afternoon at its developer conference, Samsung did reveal some new information about the planned device, including pixel density, screen size, and aspect ratio in both the folded and... Continue reading…

Samsung's foldable phone is real and opens into a tablet - CNET

The device will use the company's new Infinity Flex Display and be available next year.

Thu 8 Nov 18 from CNET

Samsung's foldable phone is real and opens into a tablet - CNET, Wed 7 Nov 18 from CNET

Samsung's foldable phone is real and extends into a tablet - CNET, Wed 7 Nov 18 from CNET

Samsung Unveils Flexible Display That Will Launch in 2019

This flexible OLED technology will launch in 2019 as part of a still unnamed phone. Denison had the phone on stage, but we only got to see if for a precious few seconds. The post Samsung Unveils ...

Thu 8 Nov 18 from Extremetech

Samsung reveals key specs for its upcoming foldable smartphone

Samsung took the wraps off its new Infinity Flex Display device this morning, the first foldable hybrid gadget from the company that transforms from a phone into a tablet. Samsung ...

Wed 7 Nov 18 from The Verge

Samsung redesigns its smartphone user interface with One UI - CNET

The company wants to make it easier for users to navigate on their phones.

Wed 7 Nov 18 from CNET Cutting Edge

Samsung offers a first look at 2019's foldable phone - CNET

The device will use Samsung's new "Infinity Flex Display" that's a tablet when opened and a phone when closed.

Wed 7 Nov 18 from CNET Cutting Edge

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