Samsung showed the first working prototype of a mobile device that can be extended or folded with a flexible display. Indeed, there is no concrete information when such a technology is present on store shelves, but Samsung has claimed to be advanced enough to allow flexible displays to be mass-produced in the coming months.
The biggest manufacturer smart phones The world is for a flexible display that tells them. Infinity Flexible Displayhas also developed a new polymer form that can be both flexible and rigid, and a special bending for the glue allows the user to folding or stretching the screen at any time.
Prototype device Samsung showed how the screen was folded in practice, it has two screens. When it's off, it looks like a classic Samsungov smartphone.
The device can then be opened by exposing a 7.3 inch (18.5 inch) screen. In this mode, it can be used as a tablet and three applications can be opened simultaneously on the screen.
Is a big step from the smart phone manufacturer to be followed by others?
When can we get a stretched smartphone?
The date when a smartphone with a certain time interval, or even a foldable screen was available, Samsung was not announced yet, but he was vice president of the US branch of the company. Justin Denison The technology is sufficiently advanced to start mass production, he said. This will take place in the coming months, Denison promised.
team Google Android developers who include Samsung in designing a user interface for your mobile device "new format"As they say, the social network between the lines where such a device will be presented to users next year appeared in Twitter:
Just bearable #androiddevsummitand a new form factor that will come from Android partners next year.
Android applications run smoothly as the device folds and reaches the main feature of this form factor: screen continuity. pic.twitter.com/nafomcoy26
– Android Developers (@AndroidDev) November 7, 2018
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