Last year has been a big one for phones, with the iPhone XS, Samsung S9 and Google Pixel 3 XL all grabbing the headlines and impressing with their tech. However, there’s a chance that 2019 could well surpass it in every way.
Well on this article we are looking specially at the Samsung fold-able phone as 2019 marks the ten-year anniversary of Samsung’s S series of phones, and the S10 is shaping up to be a real revolution, if all the rumors are to be believed. Self-healing screens, haptic feedback and behind-display cameras have all been hinted at. It’s also likely to be the year that the bendy phone becomes reality, and the phone camera quality goes through the roof, with promises of 42Mp cameras already on the horizon.
We could have recently gotten our first real look at the Samsung Galaxy X – or Samsung Galaxy F or Samsung Galaxy Flex as it might be called – at the Samsung Developer Conference.Samsung showed off a prototype of its upcoming flexible phone at its developer conference back in November.
Samsung revealed something huge: its first foldable screen, which opens clamshell-style and flattens out for a tablet-size display. The Infinity Flex Display, as the tech is called, is an entirely new direction for Samsung smartphones that required development of new materials and processes to make it functional.
Lets find out how realistic the outer design and the unimaginable dual foldable display actually works.