Samsung Said to Be Secretly Working on Foldable Phone Review 2019

Samsung Electronics is preparing to unveil its second foldable device early next year, a luxury phone that turns into a compact-sized class.

According to people familiar with the development of the product, the South Korean smartphone giant is working on a device with a 6.7-inch inner display, folded inward like a clamshell, which folds into a pocketable square.

 Samsung is trying to make its second bendable gadget more affordable and thinner than this year's Galaxy Fold. However, the successor device launch hinges on how well the fold performs after imminent launch, one of the people said.



Samsung Said to Be Secretly Working on Foldable Phon

 Samsung Said to Be Secretly Working on Foldable Phon








Samsung is collaborating with American designer Thom Browne on its upcoming foldable phone, attempting to appeal to a wider range of consumers, including those more interested in fashion, status and luxury than the device's technical specs People are involved.

As for technology, it will have nostalgic appeal of cutting-edge display technology and rejuvenating flip-phones.The company declined to comment on the development of undeclared products.

According to a person familiar with the device in the new foldable phone, the recently released Samsung Galaxy Note 10 will feature a hole-punch selfie camera on top of the internal display.

On the outside, it will have two cameras that flip to the front when the phone is open or the front part is closed.

Ben Wood said, "I'm keen to see if a manufacturer can deliver a clamshell design that takes the footprint of an existing smartphone and is half as wallet-like as the iconic Motorola Razor of yesterday's mobile phones." Go. " , An analyst with CCS Insight. "This is what the world is probably waiting for."

The foldable device has had a tough start, as Huawei Technologies has had to delay its Mate X, Royole has left critics with Flexpai, and Samsung had an embarrassing design flaw that pushed it back to release the Galaxy Fold Forced to.

All of these companies - along with rivals Xiaomi and Oppo, which have so far released teasers - want to crack first to deliver on the promise of the next high-growth consumer electronics segment.
The promise of the foldables category is to combine the utility of portable phones of large phones with the ease of small phones.

Sales of Samsung's flagship phones have been sluggish lately, without expanding into new markets or product categories, and the company is looking for foldables for its next big growth engine.

Fierce competition from Huawei has erased Samsung's longtime leadership as the world's largest phone, and was later threatened to surpass Samsung until the US-China trade conflict called it off.

Carrying the codename "Winner", the Galaxy Fold was considered a symbol of Samsung's innovative edge and leadership this year.

 However, the first mass-produced foldable captured smartphone fans are in focus for the wrong reasons, as reviewers found that the flexible display cannot withstand even a few days of traditional use.

 Pushing back from the original April launch of this month, Samsung has now promised that its new Galaxy fold - with a new protective film that wraps around the screen and flows into bezels - is ready to go.

A major benefit that will be on the 6.7-inch foldable next year is that when opened, it will basically be the size of a smartphone: so it will run the Android phone app in its original state.

The Galaxy Fold opens to a squared aspect ratio and larger screen, and so it demands that the app be optimized or optimized to make the best use of its full dimensions.

Samsung is testing the use of Ultra Thin Glass (UTG) for the internal display of its next foldable, which will measure only 3 percent of the thickness of glass traditionally used to protect smartphone displays.

At the same time, the company would like to ensure the durability of its foldable devices and avoid any duplication of Galaxy Folds.

"I have consistently held the view that so-called 'foldables' are looking for a problem," Wood said. "But I believe that in the long term flexible performance will be a catalyst for a new chapter in device diversity."

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