Samsung may launch phone its folding in the next year

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According to The Wall Street, working Samsung to launch new smartphone folding in the next year. This will contain the device on the screen size of 7 inches can be folded in half to turn into the form of a portfolio, would also contain the outer part of the device on the screen also. Due to the presence of two screens on the device, the company would have to insert a larger battery, which raises concern because of the problems which were received by battery Galaxy Note 7 before. Reports indicate that the price of this phone may be more than $ 1500.

No longer a concept phone foldable as a new thing to buy Samsung, has released reports about it years ago. In the month of October last year, the site published The Verge pics of a patent from Samsung includes the design of smart phone is bendable, so it seems this design is similar to the description by the newspaper The Wall Street.

The company said same several times and it works on this device. In the month of April of 2017, said Kim Tae-Woong the main architect for Samsung Display company will focus on young free dialogue first, then will focus on the display of folding. And Samsung already has several phones contain edges of very thin, although not completely free of dialogue, so it looks like the Samsung team live to focus on something new. At that time, Samsung said it is likely to launch foldable phone in the year 2019, which is consistent again with the Press reports.

I have asked other companies such as ZTE phones collapsible also, where was the version of phone Axon M in the United States, which has been included in my screen display is flexible. The idea is that users can watch movies whole screen or do multiple tasks easily.

It may not be a new Samsung phone perfect for multitasking or gaming, but it certainly would be wonderful and unique.

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