After the virtually unknown Chinese producer Royole and his FlexPai, another smartphone comes on the market. This time, however, with the logo of a renowned manufacturer whose first few days have escaped. At the Samsung Developer Conference, the manufacturer introduced the expected model with a flexible body.
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However, the novelty from Samsung is not realistic. This is the concept that first uses the Infinity Flex Display. It is an entirely new type of display that is made up of flexible layers.
Unfortunately, unlike Royole, Samsung did not say anything about the new smartphone. What the manufacturer has shown is clear only that the display is not yet fitted in any serial smartphone. Justin Denison, SVP Mobile Product Marketing Samsunug showed only a box with a small front display and an Intinic Flex Display inside. It should have a 7.8 "layout.
As the display is almost square, the apps will not be displayed on the entire desktop but also side by side for full multitasking. But for developers, Samsung has prepared complete documentation for possible application development for a new type of display.
This smartphone will also work on the latest Android with the new One UI, which Samsung also introduced during the introductory lecture on the SDC 2018. The One UI interface will be considerably easier, a few items to be larger and user-focused.
Folding display after new will be supported by Google itself and its Android OS.
And now it will start … Thanks to Samsung and LG, which also works on a fully flexible display, these types of displays will expand and competing manufacturers will begin to produce fully flexible smartphones. Just recently I wrote that the slice in the smartphone's display is not a future. This is the future, respectively. scrolling displays.