The Vietnam unit of Samsung has published a video in which, among other things, showed a folding smartphone with a flexible screen Galaxy F. Roller quickly removed, but it has managed to replicate. Apparently, someone posted a video earlier, and noticed it only after the video has successfully downloaded.
In the video, the smartphone looks much better than shown in the 2018 SDC prototype. You can see a thin frame around the display, and the ability to expand the device into a tablet. Also on the screen seen proprietary interface Samsung One UI. Let’s hope that the smartphone won’t squeak when folding as it was at the presentation of prototypes of flexible displays.
The new product attribute flexible Flex Infinity display with an aspect ratio of 4.2: 3 and a resolution of 1536 × 2152 pixels in the unfolded form. When folded, the resolution is 1960 × 840 pixels. A rather unusual features, but the price is obviously going to surprise users.
Inside, as expected, will have the latest Exynos processor or a Qualcomm Snapdragon 855, and 10-12 GB of RAM. The expected price is 1700 dollars. By the way, it is possible that the device will show in February, right after the Galaxy S10.
Recall that the company OnePlus harshly mocked Apple in a new advertising photo. Apparently, almost every manufacturer of Android smartphones have to make fun of all the shortcomings of the iPhone from Apple.
Earlier Znayu reported that the era of tablets has come to an end. Apparently, flexible smartphones replacing tablets from the electronics market. And this is not surprising because who likes to carry a huge tablet that can’t even fit in the bag. Much more convenient to carry a gadget that can be folded into a compact smartphone, but have the size of a full tablet if necessary.
Znayu wrote that Microsoft has named the date of death of Internet Explorer 10. Apparently, this version failed flagship use one, so support it simply makes no sense. Most likely, the browser will cease to get support from the manufacturer in early 2020.