South Korean Smartphone manufacturer Samsung is planning to launch a game-changer Foldable Smartphone device next year. If speculations are true, the device could be a 5-inch smartphone which when folded can turn into a 7-inch tablet when opened.
The company has already done with a prototype of foldable display and is expecting mass-production of the device starting from second half of this year.
“Development of foldable OLED is taking place according to our plan. We are planning on mass-production and release of this product by discussing with our partners,” Lee Chang-hoon, director of Samsung Display, said in January this year.
Samsung reportedly has made big investments in technologies required to build foldable smartphone. The phone can bend a screen in half by using OLED Display user can carry it like a wallet and use it by opening it.
“Although mass-production cannot be concluded hastily since Samsung Electronics still has few other major tasks to complete, I have heard that Samsung Electronics had made considerable amount of results in the time being,” a representative of an industry was quoted as saying.
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