Samsung once again teases its upcoming foldable phone on Facebook
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Foldable smartphones are the 'in thing' these days with most OEMs hopping onto the folding display bandwagon. Samsung has been teasing the foldable smartphone concept for quite sometime now and the latest tease comes in the form of a folding Samsung logo posted by Samsung Mobile on its official Facebook page. The image seems to have generated good interest in fans gauging by the number of comments and likes on the post.
This is not the first such hint from Samsung, though. A few weeks ago, Samsung posted a small animation on Twitter hinting at information about a possible foldable phone at the Samsung Developer Conference slated to start tomorrow in San Francisco. Apparently, Samsung has told Korean media outlets that it plans to unveil the phone's unique UI at the event. There is a chance that Samsung could use the event to show off a working prototype of the device as well. Samsung's foldable Galaxy X was supposed to have a 2019 unveiling but sensing the urgency with which many Chinese OEMs want to be the first to the finish line, the South Korean behemoth has decided to shift the launch date to late 2018, at least in a few markets.
That said, little known startup Royole has already announced the 'world's first foldable screen phone' called the FlexPai. The FlexPai is said to sport Qualcomm's yet-to-be-announced Snapdragon 8150 SoC and is expected to ship in December this year with developer units already underway.
We will keep you posted on Samsung's plans for its foldable smartphone so stay tuned.