Anonymous, 05 Mar 2020Samsung must be copying already ... You saying that to the only brand that supplying the flexible display. Btw, they already patented similar design years ago.
One more roller and an extension arm to turn the screen into a wide screen will be nice :)
The sliding mechanism looks promising, whoever can you with this concept is a genius. Other companies me to understand money into this design.
Anonymous, 05 Mar 2020Samsung must be copying already ... A rollable photo.
Everything looks sleek and clean on concepts because in graphics programs you don't have to deal with limitations of real life physics... On PC you can make a "concept" of a paper thin phone that you can fold like origami but unless you make the real product it's kinda pointless.
But even then, both concepts look too thick and large to be practical... Manufacturers should stick to the Z flip/Motorola Raz kind of fold, it's obviously the best solution to the folding phones, it just needs to solve the scren scratch problem...
Great, rollable smartphones is great idea and maybe better than foldable smartphones
The only major thing I can see coming from the tri-fold one is a pop-up selfie cam on the middle part to compensate for selfies folded and unfolded while making the three displays hole-less. Throw in three 4,500 mAH batteries, headphone jack below the middle part (or even on top of the front panel), expandable memory, and Quad camera in the back with periscope being one of those lens and this would actually be a solid device for business and multimedia content.
Anonymous, 05 Mar 2020Galaxy Z Flip looks cheap and ancient next to these.While I do agree, to be fair these two are concept phones while you can buy Z Flip already.
Anonymous, 05 Mar 2020Galaxy Z Flip looks cheap and ancient next to these.Well said.