By Malcolm Owen
Monday, November 12, 2017 at 5:06 PM PT (08:06 AM)
Samsung's first smartphone manufacturer, the recently launched folding display of the South Korean giant, was launched with a 5G feature Galaxy S10, the 2019 upgrade of Samsung's flagship smartphone.
Samsung's Infinity Flex Screen prototype
On Wednesday, the Infinity Infinity Display prototype, shown for the first time at the Samsung Developer Conference, showed a smart phone with a 7.3 inch screen that could be folded lengthwise with a smaller screen on the outside. At that time, although Samsung could start mass production "months", it was not recommended not to predict when to use the first device for sale.
Industrial sources Yonhap News AgencySamsung plans to announce the Samsung Galaxy S10 in February. The Foldable smartphone, which is thought to be called "Galaxy F", will be released in March one month later and in another version of the Galaxy S10 with 5G support.
Last week, President of Samsung Electronics Koh Dong-jin, the foldable phone is expected to be relatively limited. The shipment volume will be at least 1 million at the time of shipment in the first half of 2018. it has not yet been approved, but industry observers suggest that it could sell around 2 million won ($ 1,770), a price that would further limit sales.
At its opening, Samsung launched a new user interface between the larger folding screen and the smaller external version, which can be switched over by folding or opening the device. Up to three applications can work on the larger screen at the same time, but it is not clear how this will be converted to a smaller, more traditional display after the smartphone is turned off.
Samsung, which has a foldable smartphone, will not enter the market for the first time. Royole Flexpai was offered for pre-order in China on November 1st.
Since Apple is considering creating its own collapsible device range, it has been met with allegations of working with LG to create a screen with iPhone. Analysts launched an iPhone with a fold-out screen to take place until 2020.
The details of Apple's potential plans have emerged in applications such as hinged telephones for various patents and folding screens and devices, coiled displays, flexible substrates for use in flexible equipment, and force motion controls.