Samsung Public Next Generation Folding Mobile Phone Design: Flip Design

Samsung Developers Conference, the company demonstrated a new concept of a foldable phone. Samsung has not named this new concept design. The device has a foldable display, so that the device can be folded in half. So it looks like a traditional flip phone.

Hyesoon Jeong, head of the Samsung framework R&D team. Said on the stage of the Samsung Developers Conference: “The new shape we are exploring can not only be easily put into the pocket. But also change the way you use your phone”. The idea behind the concept It is based on Samsung’s collapsible smartphone technology. It makes it “more compact” and expands to new device sizes.

Samsung did not spend too much time detailing the device. Nor did it announce when the company plans to launch the device, not to mention the hardware involved.

But Samsung borrowed this mysterious device as a bridge to discuss the upcoming One UI update. Jeong explained: “As a pioneer in the collapsible category. We understand that each innovative form of shape requires an equally innovative user experience.”

Since the launch of the Galaxy Fold device for the first time earlier this year. Samsung has been working hard to improve its Android user interface, and the company is now developing One UI 2. It looks like a more complete version of the pre-installed UI for S10 and Note 10 this year. .

One UI 2 includes more intuitive information, easier accessibility with one-handed use and “more vivid colors” throughout the OS. Support for animated icons and support for all black mode.

In short, this new Flip Design hardware looks like the future of devices such as the Samsung Galaxy Fold. Despite the fact that Fold has a lot of screen problems, it is clear that Samsung is not ready to give up the foldable display technology. Samsung did not provide exact details today, but Samsung suggests that the future of collapsible phones may look like the popular Motorola Razr.

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