Foldable Galaxy X Display Can’t Fold Flat: Concept Renders


We all are super excited to see the Samsung’s first foldable phone ever. We have already heard a lot of rumors about the Foldable Galaxy X. Even though some of the leaks have unveiled the most astonishing features of this upcoming phone. “The Wall Street Journal” further revealed that Samsung is planning to release its first foldable phone at CES 2019 in January. Recently, Dutch website NieuweMobiel teamed up with Jonas Dähnert to bring us a glimpse of what the handset may end up looking like. The unveiled that Foldable Galaxy X Display can’t fold flat.

Here are some of the images of Foldable Galaxy X Display and Design

These renders were created based on all the patents Samsung has filed for a foldable smartphone and the schematics contained in the company’s patent applications. The renders show the upcoming foldable smartphone in all positions. They showed the folded, unfolded, and even a 90-degree angle image of the first-ever foldable phone. Let’s have a look at them.

It is quite obvious from the renders that the display can’t actually be folded flat. There’s still an opening reminiscent of the Microsoft Surface Book even when the handset is closed. The foldable Galaxy X doesn’t fold exactly in the middle so the part of the panel is always visible. It will show the media control buttons serving as a ticker.

Samsung has chosen to go with an under-display fingerprint scanner for the upcoming flagship. That’s why the fingerprint scanner in these images is on the back of the device. The upcoming foldable phone will feature four cameras that will change the photography experience. It will have two cameras on the back while two will be present on the front.

Moreover, some rumors talked about a 7″ touchscreen surface with a 21:9 aspect ratio. The resolution of the phone will be 1440×3360. As they are rumors so we are not sure about them right now.

Also Read: Samsung Plans to Release Foldable Galaxy X Next Year

 

Laiba Mohsin

Laiba is an Electrical Engineer seeking a placement to gain hands-on experience in relevant areas of Telecommunication. She likes to write about tech and gadgets. She's is known for her love for cats, music, traveling and exploring things.
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