Anonymous, 03 Apr 2016WOW. Seven inch phone?
Are you serious or joking?I already have a 7" phone. :)
Huawei Mediapad X2.
Money waiting for the January release this year, now another year to wait, hype can only stretch so far.
MCW, 03 Apr 2016How can it be 5" Folded and 7" unfolded? Wouldn't it be double size?maybe only some part will be foldable.
Anonymous, 03 Apr 2016WOW. Seven inch phone? Are you serious or joking?Why not? Sounds really good to me.
I'm the most Samsung fan. I love this foldable phablet so tell me about battery and sensor
Anonymous, 03 Apr 2016Yaaay, another useless gimmick just to make phones more expensive!And foldable is gimmick exactly why - because your little mind cant wrap itself around the concept? Hell, then we wouldnt have wheel nor touch screens, cause they both got the same first response.
The fact is, that foldable and modular phone concepts are currently the most potential techs in mobile industry that will reshape how and what we call mobile communication. It's just sad, when innovation is trashed without any thought of the benefits...
Yaaay, another useless gimmick just to make phones more expensive!
Logic Fairy, 03 Apr 2016In order to be massively, wildly, widely successful, this needs to have seamless dualboot with... moreThis brings some interesting possibilities for the tablet market. I believe the trick will be to provide a way for the screen to be stable and stay flat. Probably need something solid behind it to make it easy to write on it and use the keyboard.
In order to be massively, wildly, widely successful, this needs to have seamless dualboot with Windows 10 capability, S-pen stylus and have equally portable foldable keyboard accessory. Make it happen Samsung.
Android boys stop fighting with iFans wait for five years and bash them when they're gonna launch the Apple iPhone Fold
Anonymous, 03 Apr 2016Apple will copy Samsung's foldable phone and call it their own "innovation." Those Apple sheep... moreI don't think apple will try to copy this since samsung and lg have already shown the flexible screens in working demos a couple years ago.
Who has the patent? Does anyone know?