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 just the display in the “matter of months,” but we don’t really know much of anything about it beyond the brief glimpse we got onstage today at the Samsung conference.
The device he showed isn’t the final product. It’s likely the phone Samsung releases will be sleeker and have smaller bezels than the device Denison showed.
“The success or failure of Samsung’s first folding phone will depend on how well Samsung has been able to button up the device.” CCS Insights analyst Ben Wood said. “If it’s a slick, attractively designed device it will be a magnet for gadget lovers. If it is bulky and hard to use it will be a tougher sell.
The foldable phone can run up to three apps at the same time, something Samsung calls Multi Active Window. Google’s Glen Murphy, head of Android UX, took the stage after Denison and said to support the new foldable display