Samsung To Bring Foldable Devices By 2015: CEO

    Samsung's first curved display phone, the Galaxy Round, ain't a revolutionary product. The device was assumed to be a giant leap over current generation high-end handsets. Believe it or not, Samsung aims to announce a true foldable phone in 2015 or in early 2016.

    At Samsung's Analyst day, Kwon Oh Hyun, CEO, Samsung, revealed that the company is working on foldable phones. Samsung aims to build a smarter life with its upcoming launches. The South Korean giant is focusing on display technology. Samsung announced that the company will bring foldable screens to the market by 2015 or 2016

     

    Moreover, Samsung is also committed to launch bendable display devices next year. As mentioned earlier, Samsung recently launched a high-end smartphone using curved display.

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    Samsung To Bring Foldable Devices By 2015: CEO

    The Galaxy Round is just another variant of impressive Galaxy Note 3. Similarly, Samsung's arch rival - LG is equally busy promoting its very first curved phone, the LG G Flex. Well, it seems that that the Galaxy Round is just a beginning; the future is certainly bright for Samsung.

    Meanwhile, Samsung admits that a device like Galaxy Gear needs more polishing. The device was panned by mainstream critics due to its dependency on smartphones. Rumor has it that Samsung could announce a second-generation Galaxy Gear at the upcoming CES or Mobile World Congress (MWC) early next year.

    "The concept of the flexible screen has been around for some time, but it finally looks as if Samsung is really going to deliver on that technology," said Steve Bell, a technology consultant and president of KeySo Global".

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