Samsung May Be Working On Two More Foldable Phones

Two More Samsung Foldable Phones to Land in Smartphone Market

Huawei joins bendable devices trend, revealing its Mate X foldable phone

Unsurprisingly, there has also been a report that Samsung is pitching its foldable tech to other manufacturers including Apple and Google, in hopes that they'll pay up to use it in devices as well.

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A fresh report from Bloomberg says that Samsung is working on a flip phone with a display that folds inwards from top to bottom.

We saw Huawei CEO taking a dig at the design language of Samsung's Galaxy Fold, he then called the Samsung's foldable device "not good". According to Bloomberg, Samsung is now using mock-ups to fine-tune the design and this could be a successor to its W series flip-phones for the Chinese market.

One of these phones will have a clamshell design - vertically folding, Razr-style - while the other will fold outwards, just like Huawei's Mate X. The outwards-folding phone will come afterwards, and it should be thinner as it'll have no extra screen.

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Along with developing new models, sources said the company is trying to improve the durability of the Galaxy Fold's display.

The innovative touch sensor of the S10 proved impossible to extract from the screen, leading the gang to conclude that should the sensor break, the user is going to have to fork out for a new display.

Following the release of this clamshell-style device, Samsung will unveil another foldable.

Preliminary data shows that this high price might already be affecting Samsung Galaxy S10 sales, with the number of pre-orders in the first day substantially below those of previous models. Also, Samsung Galaxy S10 lineup is available on the Airtel Online Store with a down payment starting Rs 7,499 and EMI of Rs 2,599, which comes built-in with a post-paid plan. These range from the new Dynamic AMOLED display, the dual camera setup on the front, infinity O cutout in the display, the ultrasonic fingerprint scanner, and the triple camera setup on the back of the device.

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