Rollable displays are nothing new, and have been around for quite some time, whether in television sets or even laptops, but what if one were to be incorporated into a modern smartphone? Meet the Samsung Galaxy Stick. When it’s not in use, the display is hidden away in the sleek aluminum chassis, while a secondary display on the body is used to display calls, messages, battery indicators, and other notifications. Read more for an animated image, additional pictures and information.
“The secondary touchscreen is permanent, showcasing notifications when the flexible screen is rolled in, and even houses an in-screen fingerprint sensor for unlocking your smartphone. The only caveat of this piece of sheer innovative design is the fact that the Galaxy Stick packs only one primary camera on its back… a drawback that shouldn’t really be a problem,” reports Yanko Design.