Samsung Galaxy X Foldable Smartphone

Nov 8, 2018

Category: Tech

At Samsung’s much-anticipated developer conference in San Francisco, the revered South Korean technology company revealed their foldable smartphone. With the lights dimmed to protect certain elements of the design, the foldable smartphone was turned into a mini-tablet device in one swift movement.

The Samsung Galaxy X utilizes the brand new Infinity Flex Display, allowing it to be folded thousands of times. Completely unfolded, the smartphone turns into a mini-tablet with a 7.3-inch display. According to Samsung, it’s also thinner than any other mobile display the company has ever made. The cover display of the phone is a fully functional touchscreen where you have access to all of your apps. And, for your convenience, the smartphone is built with app continuity so you can keep your apps open in transition. You’re also able to use up to three apps simultaneously with Samsung’s Multi-Active Window upgrade. Google will be working closely with Samsung to make sure Android is fully compatible with flexible displays. Samsung stated that they will start mass production of the Infinity Flex Display sometime in the next several months.

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