Samsung finally unveiled details about its foldable smartphone - here's how it works
- Samsung unveiled the first look of its foldable smartphone using its new foldable display technology called "Infinity Flex."
- The device is running on a special version of Android developed in partnership with Google designed around foldable display designs.
- Mass production is expected in the "coming months," but it wasn't clear if a phone or the display itself will be mass produced.
- Few other details were announced.
Before Samsung showed off the device at the event, it kept the phone in a square case to conceal its design.Samsung senior vice president Justin Denison said "Trust me, there's a device inside here [the case] and it is stunning."
The foldable display itself is called "Infinity Flex." To create its Infinity Flex display, Samsung said it needed to invent and use new materials to make a display that can fold an unfold "hundreds of thousands of times" without breaking or becoming damaged.Advertisement
Samsung also mentioned its "Multi-active Window" feature that would let you have up to three open and usable apps on the unfolded tablet display.
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