During the conference, Samsung also previewed other upcoming screen technology that can cover most of the device, and eliminate the intrusive notch for a smaller cutout.
There is a good reason that Samsung is detailing its first foldable device at a dev conference which is usually associated with boring stuff like app workshops.
Mass production is expected "in the coming months" and Denison even shared a roadmap with rollable and stretchable displays planned for the future.
But the device can also be opened like a book to reveal a 7.3-inch display, and is capable of running three apps at once on its larger screen. "Two-screen devices and one-screen devices". The company said it was disguising some elements of the phone's design, but we still got a clear look at the phone folding up from a small tablet size to a pocket-sized phone. The device will feature the ability to use three apps simultaneously.
Elsewhere, we're expecting a 12-megapixel camera on the back of the phone, similar to the system found in the recent Note 9, with dual aperture capabilities.
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Except for a fleeting look at a device he held in a hand, Denison provided scant information about the phone.
Samsung has finally taken the wraps off its futuristic folding phone. A point which is relevant here as during the announcement Samsung confirmed its Infinity Flex and it's One UI solutions are created to go hand-in-hand to provide users with a mobile experience and the ability "to do things they couldn't do with an ordinary smartphone".
Rumours suggest Samsung could place a price of over £1,300 on this new phone.
Glenn Murphy, a Google Android and Chrome executive, took the stage to announce the search giant's support of Samsung's foldable smartphones. Google has grappled with fragmentation before as device makers (including Samsung) implemented major features before they were built into Android, such as split-screen views and picture-in-picture modes.