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Samsung Hints New Foldable Smartphone Concept at SDC19

Samsung Hints New Foldable Smartphone Concept at SDC19
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Samsung Electronics has teased tech-savvy fans throughout the world by sharing a glimpse of the new concept for the company's coming foldable smartphones. The tech giant unveiled the new concept for its foldable smartphone during ''Samsung Developer Conference 2019'' (SDC2019) held at San Hose Convention Center in California on Tuesday, about one month after the company's first foldable smartphone ''Galaxy Fold'' reach the shelves in South Korea on September 6 this year.
Samsung had earlier prepared for the global release of Galaxy Fold in April this year but owing to a few technical issues like display hinge malfunctions and damages caused to the phone's display after some reviewers tried to remove the display's protective film layer, the company postponed the launch until September.
When the ambitious brainchild of Samsung was finally released, tech-savvy consumers across the globe responded positively. Consumers found the 7.3-inch foldable display very attractive and very useful. While Galaxy Fold basically folds out like a book to turn into a tablet PC with a 7.3-inch display, the new form factor showed a different concept of folding in half like a folder-type mobile phone that was popular in the 1990s.
The concept video hinted at how the new foldable smartphone design could be used in real life situations. The phone can be bent to an L-shape so that it can be placed stably on a surface by itself while a user films video using the phone's front-facing camera.
Samsung didn't expose whether the company's next foldable smartphone will be designed similarly to the one shown in the teaser video. But, the company said that it will continue to work with new form factors for its foldable smartphones with hundreds of developers and partners to inspire people with new user experiences.

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