Samsung is currently working on a foldable smartphone that could be released early 2019. It reportedly features a 7-inch display that can fold in half to transform it into a wallet-shaped device, while the outside would retain a smaller display(s). Since this would not be based on any of the company’s other phones, it may cost consumers up to $1,500 and be marketed toward gamers. Continue reading for another video and more information.
“The company has even said it was working on this device multiple times. In April 2017, Samsung Display’s principal engineer, Kim Tae-woong said the company was focusing on bezel-free displays first and would then pivot to bendable displays. The company has now introduced multiple phones with minimal bezels, albeit not completely bezel-free, so it seems the team could be refocusing on something new,” reports The Verge.