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In addition to a flexible screen expected to start "pilot" production this summer, that mythical first foldable Samsung phone could also use a curved cell.
It's definitely way too early to have any sort of guarantee regarding Apple's 2019 or 2020 iDevices, but a foldable iPhone could be on the horizon.
Samsung's already mythical first foldable smartphone could still sport an inward-folding design after the fold-out concept has been abandoned.
Forget futuristic smartphones with bendable, foldable or rollable displays, and try to imagine one sporting an entirely stretchable OLED screen.
Samsung's oft-rumored, oft-delayed first foldable smartphone could see daylight late this year, but probably not in very large numbers.
Microsoft is apparently at least considering designing and releasing multipurpose mobile devices capable of folding in and out of smartphone shape.
Samsung's first foldable phones may still need time to improve component yields and generate proper market demand before seeing daylight.
Samsung definitely still has a foldable smartphone in the pipeline, and so does LG, both companies currently gunning for H2 2017 launches.
Lenovo just explicitly confirmed new Moto Mods, tablets and a 2016 Moto 360 edition for pre-IFA 2016 announcements on August 31.
As functional and advanced as it may have seemed at a first glance, that one wrist-wrapping Lenovo phone prototype is still likely half a decade away.
It's a phone with a bendy, holographic display and it was dreamed up by a whole lab of scholars in Canada. It's the HoloFlex.