Samsung is reportedly working on a unique, heavily customised Android user experience with Google, specifically for this handset.
"The lukewarm smartphone sales of smartphones in the global market will likely continue even after mobile devices with the new form factor hit the market", said Eo Kyu-jin, an analyst at Ebest Investment & Securities. Rouyu, a Chinese smartphone maker, also do not want to left behind and is planning to stir up the market with a foldable phone.
Mass production of the GM1 and GD1 image sensors is expected to start during the fourth quarter of this year. The company had recently posted a teaser of its Samsung Developers Conference which is to be held on November 7 and November 8.
Previous reports indicate that the foldable-screen device is codenamed "Winner" and has been under development for years.
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The fingerprint scanner was unable to incorporate under this display via technical complexity.
Having that many pixels is already a huge deal considering you're cramming such a sensor inside the body of a smartphone, not a DSLR. Other rumors say that manufacturers might be working on losing the headphone jack with the intention of turning it into a 100% wireless device, just like Apple. The foldable phone may turn out to be the most interesting smartphone Samsung has ever made, especially considering last week's Bloomberg report that revealed several details about the handset that were previously unknown.
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Some other reports also circulated on the internet which indicated that Samsung might follow Xiaomi's strategy of designing the all-screen display by launching a slider phone. "Moreover, Samsung will strengthen its competitiveness in the mid- to long-term by leading innovation with the launch of foldable and 5G smartphones as well as enhancing its Bixby-based AI and IoT services", the company explains.