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The prototype of the Samsung foldable smartphone (Galaxy F) phone which was showed at the CES 2019 had some issues with its folding ability which is why the company decided to have an exclusive display of the device.
The company says that the phone does not show any crease when unfolded. But when you try to fold the phone completely, the phone will break which is why the prototype showed at the CES 2019 had a crease mark when folded. However, the company says it is working on it and will fix the design issue soon. It is currently working on to finish the optimisation process for the phone’s hardware and software. The company plans to launch the phone by the first half of the year but with just 1 million units.
Samsung talked about the foldable phone at its developers conference too but did not reveal too much about the device. The Samsung Galaxy F foldable phone will basically be a tablet with 7.3-inch AMOLED panel that can fold down in the middle to become a phone with 4.6-inch AMOLED panel.
The company is calling this Infinity Flex Display. This display, according to the company, is thin and can be folded “hundreds of thousands of times.” Instead of the Experience UI, Samsung is bringing in a new interface design for the foldable phone called One UI that would work seamlessly both on the tablet and on the phone. The new UI is minimalistic in design and shows only relevant content on the bottom of the screen which makes it easy to use the phone with one hand. The UI automatically adapts to a bigger screen when the device is unfolded into a tablet. The One UI will allow users to run three apps simultaneously on the screen for multitasking.