Apple May Be Playing with Samsung Displays for Its Foldable Phone

Kelley Robertson
March 7, 2019

The Galaxy Fold's screen imperfection develops on a protective film covering the touch sensor bonded with the display underneath, the person said.

Samsung's other device, that is claimed to fold in a similar fashion to the Huawei Mate X, was predicted to release after the clamshell-like flagship.

Samsung launched its first foldable device, the Galaxy Fold, alongside the Galaxy S10 series and the phone will be available starting April 26 in the USA and May 3 in Europe.

As for the outfolding device, the report states that it will be rolled out much later but there was no mention of its launch timeframe.

On the other hand, the out-folding phone wouldn't need a standalone display as the main screen will be used as the smartphone display as well. The Galaxy Fold is officially coming out on April 26; given its exorbitant price, it'll be interesting to see how well it sells.

Bloomberg declared Samsung intends to show off its vertically folding clamshell-like handset "late this year or early next year" and is still working on its final design. A crease appears on the device's display after it's been folded around 10,000 times, which could be a major problem for customers.


The Galaxy Fold's screen imperfection develops on a protective film covering the touch sensor bonded with the display underneath, the person said.

Everyone's on a foldable high, and whether or not you're intrigued, or at least interested in foldable devices, Lego's here to brighten up your day.

One thing which is sure is that Samsung is determined to push foldable designs into the mainstream.

Whenever there is a prominent smartphone release in the market, the telecom operators flock to roll out an offer in partnership with the smartphone maker to give exclusive benefits to the subscribers and buyers of the new phone.

Global analysts are not very positive about the future of the smartphone industry, but Samsung is confident about its growth in the region. As is tradition, iFixit has disassembled the Samsung Galaxy S10 to see how easily you can fix it. The top-notch Galaxy S10+ can be grabbed by making a down payment of Rs 15,799 and the EMI is still same Rs 2,999 for 24 months.

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