Samsung has also stated that it will also be planning to bring the flexible and foldable displays for cars and larger devices such laptops to help grow its OLED business in 2019. First and foremost, the handset will reportedly carry the Galaxy F moniker, and it is expected to sport a bendable screen that Samsung likes to call the Infinity V-display. Up until now we all have heard rumours about Samsung planning to unveil a prototype of its foldable display smartphone at Consumer Electronics Show (CES) 2019 in Las Vegas.
Furthermore, the report adds that the hinge required for seamless opening and shutting of the device is going to be made by Korean company KH Vatec. The tipster also added that while he can not speak for Samsung, which has already hinted that it will unveil a foldable display phone in the future. Samsung in fact is reported to have readied its foldable for a launch by the end of this year. "Moreover, Samsung will strengthen its competitiveness in the mid- to long-term by leading innovation with the launch of foldable and 5G smartphones as well as enhancing its Bixby-based AI and IoT services", the company explains.
The Iris Scanner has been a staple part of Samsung's flagship Galaxy phones for a while now, but word it is might be getting killed off. Plus, foldable handsets just happen to be the next big thing for smartphones, considering they might be the only viable way to further extend the display of a device without increasing its footprint. The foldable phone we saw earlier this week, which is already available for preorder, has a folding screen on the outside. Also, there will be some amount of space between the two halves of the inner display to avoid any direct impact.
Samsung says both the ISOCELL Bright GM1 and GD1 are expected to be in mass production in the fourth quarter of this year. Along with this reports also tells that you won't be able to purchase this smartphone until next year, 2019.