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Bendable Samsung Smartwatch
Photo credit: Lets Go Digital
It’s only a matter of time before foldable smartphones and smartwatches merge into a single device, like this bendable Samsung Galaxy creation you see above by Lets Go Digital. Last year, Samsung Electronics filed a patent with the WIPO (World Intellectual Property Organization) for a ‘Shape retaining structure of electronic device and electronic device including same,’ and it was just published on March 7, 2019. Simply put, it can bend in one direction and curls up so you’re able to wear it on your wrist. Read more for additional pictures and information.

Samsung Galaxy Fold Case

Yes, soon there will be a large number of companies making cases for folding phones, starting with Spigen. Even before the Samsung Galaxy Fold was officially announced at the company’s Unpacked event last week, they created as many as 20 mock-ups, all of which have front covers that protect the top and bottom bezels of the 4.6-inch outside screens with cutouts for the rear triple-camera system. At launch, they’ll have Tough Armor, Ultra Hybrid, and Thin Fit (above) models available, priced at around $20. Read more for another video and additional information.

Samsung Galaxy Fold Hands-On

If you’re in the market for a new high-end smartphone and are on the fence about the new Samsung Galaxy Fold, this 4-minute demonstration should clear up some of your questions. You get to see it running a variety of apps, including Instagram, Google Maps, Netflix, and even mobile games. What really stands out is Samsung’s DeX software that enables the handset to connect to a display via USB-C and be used like a desktop computer of sorts. Ready to get your hands on the $1,980 handset? You’ll have to wait until April 26th. Read more for a comparison of the Huawei Mate X and Samsung Galaxy Fold.

Samsung Galaxy S10 Hands-On

Samsung revealed four new S10 models today: a budget-friendly S10E, the S10, S10 Plus, and a top-of-the-line Galaxy S10 5G (coming later this year), which is also the company’s first 5G smartphone. All models feature a near bezel-less Infinity-O display, Qualcomm’s in-screen Ultrasonic Fingerprint Scanner to read the 3D contours of your thumbprint, and a One UI user interface for easy navigation. Other features include: four rear cameras, 1TB of storage and Wireless PowerShare 8, enabling you to charge Qi-certified smartphone devices and compatible wearable tech. Read more for a hands-on video, additional pictures and information.

Samsung Galaxy Fold Official

It’s official, the Samsung Galaxy Fold has officially been unveiled at the company’s Unpacked press event. This foldable smartphone features the world’s first 7.3-inch Infinity Flex Display, which folds into a compact device with a cover display to offer a powerful new way to multitask, watch videos, play games, and more. At $1980, it features a 7.3” QXGA+ Dynamic AMOLED (4.2:3) main display, 4.6 ” HD+ Super AMOLED (21:9) cover display, a rear triple camera setup, front dual cameras, a 10MP cover camera, a 7nm 64-bit Octa-core processor, 12GB of RAM, 512GB UFS 3.0 internal storage, and a 4,380mAh battery. Read more for a hands-on video and additional information.

Samsung MicroSD EVO

Amazon’s Networking and Storage sale only lasts for one-day, and you can pick up things like Samsung’s 64GB MicroSD EVO card for just $9.99. This card offers ultra-fast read & write speeds of up to 100MB/s & 60MB/s, all backed by 4-proof protection, which keeps your data safe against water, extreme temperatures, as well as other harsh conditions. Whether it be 4K UHD videos (up to 3-hours), photos (14,000 images), music (5,500 songs) and other large files, you’ll be able to store them effortlessly without any issue. Check out all the deals here. Read more for three of the most popular items from the sale.

Samsung Foldable Phone Dual-Displays
Photo credit: Lets Go Digital
This Samsung foldable mobile phone with dual-displays is based on a new patent filed on February 12, 2019 by the USPTO (United States Patent and Trademark Office), and as you can see, when the screen is closed inwards, you can easily carry the device without damaging either display. If you only need one screen, just fold the displays backwards, and it can be used as a regular smartphone or fold both of them out flat to use as a media display. Read more for additional pictures and information.

Samsung Group Supreme
Photo credit: Lets Go Digital
Did you know that the Samsung Group partnered with a knockoff Supreme company, called Supreme Italia? If not, the electronics giant has officially canceled their collaboration, announced late last year. “Samsung Electronics had previously mentioned a collaboration with Supreme Italia at the Galaxy A8s China launch event on December 10th, Samsung Electronics has now decided to terminate this collaboration,” said the company on Weibo. Instead, Samsung is focusing on developing the Galaxy F foldable smartphone reportedly set to hit markets later this year. Read more for additional pictures and information.

Samsung Foldable Gaming Smartphone
Photo credit: Lets Go Digital
Samsung just might be releasing their very own smartphone and portable game console hybrid to take on the Nintendo Switch. The company’s patent was published on January 29, 2019 by the USPTO titled “display device,” which shows a foldable phone with dedicated gaming buttons that can be hidden away when they’re not in use. There’s no word yet on technical specifications or what kind of software it will be able to run, but if the device becomes a reality, expect to hear more later this year. Read more for additional pictures, including the patent drawings, and information.

Samsung Galaxy S10+ Leak
Photo credit: All About Samsung
New photos of the Samsung Galaxy S10 and S10+ have leaked, courtesy of tech site All About Samsung, ahead of their official reveal next month. You can see the dual-lens, hole-punch camera on the S10+, a refreshed UI, and the “Infinity-O” display, complete with thin bezels as well as a slight chin at the bottom. Yes, there’s both a USB-C port and headphone jack. Read more for a Samsung Galaxy S10+ clone unboxing video and additional information.