Samsung has demonstrated the first working prototype of a mobile device that can be stretched into a larger or folded, thanks to a flexible screen. Indeed, there is no concrete information when such technology will be available on store shelves, but Samsung has claimed that it is already advanced enough to enable mass production of flexible screens to begin in the coming months.
The largest manufacturer smart phones The world is for a flexible screen that tells them Infinity Flex Display, has developed a new form of polymer, which can be both flexible and solid at the same time, and a special bending for glue, which ensures that the screen is folded or stretched when the user wants it.
Prototype device on which it is Samsung showed how folding the screen looks in practice, it has two screens. When it's closed, it looks like a classic Samsungov smartphone.
The device can then be opened, revealing a 7.3-inch (18.5-inch) screen. In this mode, it can be used as a tablet, and as many as three applications can be opened simultaneously on the screen.
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When will we be able to buy a stretched smartphone?
The specific timeframe or even the date when a smartphone with a foldable display will be available, Samsung has not yet disclosed, but is the vice president of the US branch of the company Justin Denison said that the technology is sufficiently advanced to start mass production. This will happen once in the coming months, Denison promised.
Team Google's Android developers, with whom Samsung is involved in designing a user interface that will fit your mobile device "new format", as they say, revealed on the social network Twitter between the rows that such a device will be available to users next year:
We just announced support for foldables at #AndroidDevSummit, and a new form factor coming next year from Android partners.
Android apps runs seamlessly as the device folds, achieving this form factor's main feature: screen continuity. pic.twitter.com/NAfOmCOY26
– Android Developers (@AndroidDev) November 7, 2018
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