Samsung teases foldable “something” before Galaxy S10 event

Samsung Galaxy X

We’re a little over a week away from the expected massive Galaxy Unpacked event on February 2019, but Samsung has released a teaser video that shows off what appears to be a book-shaped device. Is it a phone? A tablet? Perhaps a phone that turns into a tablet? Do the words “the future unfolds” mean anything to you?

I’m pretty sure Samsung wants your imagination to run wild as it makes you hold out a wee bit longer before Unpacked.

From notched displays to fancy sliders to punch-hole displays, it’s been an interesting two years. Foldable devices though, may just be the next wave of new innovation to set the tone of 2019. Samsung gave the world a first look at its “Galaxy X” or “Galaxy F” foldable screen device last November.

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While with details mostly hidden as the device was showcased in the dark, it did demonstrate how the device could collapse from a tablet form factor into a closed book.

On a similar note, Xiaomi, a couple of weeks back, teased its very own foldable device, too.

So, Samsung is hardly alone in this race. Expectedly.

It’s unclear if Samsung’s foldable device will get a full launch at Unpacked in San Francisco, as the leading Korean smartphone maker would not want the next-gen device to upstage the Galaxy S10.

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Speaking of which, the Galaxy S10 family will comprise three models – the standard Galaxy S10, Galaxy S10+ and entry-level Galaxy S10e.



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