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With the Galaxy Fold's launch yet to happen, a new report suggests that Samsung is working on yet another foldable smartphone, but this one is said to be more like a classic flip phone.
Gartner has predicted that 30 million foldable phones will be shipped in 2023. The firm said that manufacturers will continue to experiment with the foldable form factor to find what users like.
We're starting to see the emergence of foldable smartphones in 2019, and there are many questions left to be answered. But Huawei's Mate X phone made me feel a lot more hopeful for the future.
OPPO has revealed on Weibo today what its foldable smartphone will look like, but the company says it's still gauging market reception of the concept before it proceeds with mass production.
TCL has been experimenting with foldable displays, and at MWC 2019, the company had a few prototypes to show off. While we didn't get to use them, we got to see them up close prior to the show.
Huawei has teased a new announcement for February 24 at Mobile World Congress 2019, with an image that seems to suggest that the company will have a foldable smartphone to show off.
Yet another foldable smartphone patent has surfaced, this time from Samsung, but with an interesting twist - the device may also have dedicated gaming buttons that can be hidden at will.
WIPO published a Google patent for a "foldable computing device" yesterday, featuring unique new solutions tackling the problems encountered by engineers to make foldable smartphones feasible.
OPPO has announced that during next year's Mobile World Congress, it will debut a foldable smartphone of its own. Unfortunately, no further details about the device have been discussed.
A new report suggests Samsung's foldable phone, which it briefly demoed as its developer conference earlier this month, will be made available in March, and will cost a whopping $1,770.
Google today announced that it's adding native support for "foldables", or foldable devices, to Android. The idea is to keep fragmentation from happening when the new form factor arrives.
The smartphone maker is giving its fans more room for speculation, as the company changed the profile picture in its Twitter and Facebook pages to hint at the much-rumored folding smartphone.
The name of the South Korean conglomerate's foldable flagship, due sometime next year, has been in flux. New trademarks filed by the company in the US suggest it may be called 'Flex'.
There have been years of rumors of a folding smartphone but now it looks like it will really be arriving sometime in 2019. Reportedly, it won't be a wide release and will cost upwards of $1,500.
The company's rumored Galaxy X could make its debut right at the start of 2019, with the company announcing it at the Consumer Electronics Show, even before the launch of the Galaxy S10.
It seems that foldable devices are set to be a major trend in the near future, and Samsung could be one of the first to unleash such a device on the market, with analysts pointing to a 2019 release.
According to a new report, the company's rumoured foldable smartphone has reached the final stages of R&D, with the company choosing to showcase the device to select partners at CES 2018.
As the rivalry between the two giants heats up, Apple may be looking to ditch Samsung as its sole supplier of displays in favour of LG for a possible future iPhone with a foldable screen.
If you still haven't gotten over the fact that Microsoft canceled the Courier tablet, Samsung announced today that it is aiming to release a foldable Galaxy smart device next year.