Samsung has demonstrated the first mobile prototype of a mobile device that can be stretched to a larger or foldable, flexible screen. There is no specific information if this technology is available on shelves, but Samsung claims it is already advanced enough to allow mass production of flexible screens in the coming months.
The largest manufacturer smart phones The world is for a flexible screen that tells them Infinity Flex Display, developed a new form of polymer, which can be both flexible and solid, and a special bend for glue that ensures that the screen is folded or stretched when the user wants it.
The prototype device on which it is Samsung showed how the screen saver looks in practice has two screens. When it's closed, it looks like the classic Samsung smartphone.
The device can then be opened and revealed on a 7.3-inch screen. This mode can be used as a tablet, and up to three applications can be opened on the screen at the same time.
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The specific timeframe or even the date when a smartphone with a hinged display is available, Samsung has not yet published, but is the vice president of a US subsidiary Justin Denison that technology is sufficiently advanced to begin mass production. It happens once in the next few months, Denison promised.
Team Google is Android developers with whom Samsung is involved in designing a user interface that suits your mobile device "new format"as they say, revealed in the Twitter social network between rows that such a device will be available to users next year:
We have just announced support for foldables on #AndroidDevSummit, and the new factor will be attended by Android partners next year.
The Android app runs flawlessly when the device is stacked, thus achieving this main element of the form: continuity of the screen. pic.twitter.com/NAfOmCOY26
– Android developers (@AndroidDev) November 7, 2018
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