Samsung to build two more foldable phones, report says

Samsung to build two more foldable phones, report says

Samsung to build two more foldable phones, report says

In related news, Samsung is also said to be working on a design issue with the Fold where its panel starts to develop a crease after 10,000 folds.

The flip phone could debut as soon as late this year, or possibly at CES or MWC next year.

Samsung has officially announced the launch of its new flagship smartphones, the Galaxy S10 series, in India. Still, it's hard to say how much demand there is until some of the convertible devices are actually on sale, even at their high starting prices.

The report does share a few more tidbits about the Fold, though. Between the two, the Huawei Mate X appears to have the upper edge in viewing experience as it offers an obstructive edge to edge screen whether it is folded or unfolded. Like the Mate X, there's no extra screen and it's thinner than the Galaxy Fold.

However, a Samsung spokesperson told Bloomberg the Fold was displayed that way to help divert people's focus to the Galaxy S10 models coming out later this week.

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The device with the outward folding design was originally competing with the Fold to be the first to debut before Samsung made a decision to go with the inward folding approach.

Sure, the smartphone has grasped not exclusively the foldable idea but also the 5G one, making it a good factor.

Foldable phones. Foldable phones.

The vice president also said that Samsung had to overcome a tougher challenge which was to create a "perfect close" for the foldable device. The launch of the device comes as the world's biggest phone maker tries to lure back consumers who have become used to incremental upgrades and are being wooed by Chinese manufacturers' lower-priced smartphones. As is tradition, iFixit has disassembled the Samsung Galaxy S10 to see how easily you can fix it.

Another stated: "This is better Huawei Mobile than the Galaxy Fold". In both the S10 and the S10e, the batteries are held in place with a lot of glue, which makes replacing them a hard task. iFixit also found that the ultrasonic fingerprint reader on the standard S10 is firmly attached to the display, so if that goes, it's likely you'll need to replace the entire display to fix it.

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