- Samsung has teased its foldable phone on the Samsung Mobile Facebook page.
- The image shows the Samsung logo folded in half.
- Samsung is widely expected to unveil the first details about its foldable phone at the end of this week.
Samsung has once again teased its foldable smartphone, this time via the profile picture of the Samsung Mobile Facebook page. The image is of a folded Samsung logo, and judging by the number of likes and comments attached to the post, it has got people pretty excited.
The latest teaser comes just weeks after a Samsung video on Twitter hinted at the device via an animated icon that moved in a similar way to how we expect the phone to fold.
The company is widely expected to reveal details about its foldable phone at the Samsung Developer Conference at the end of the week. However, we don’t what exactly the company is planning to unveil.
In a conference call with Korean media outlets, Samsung reportedly said it intends to unveil the phone’s user interface at the event. Samsung has previously said it wants the foldable phone to offer a unique user experience and the new UI will likely be a crucial part of this.
However, we still don’t know if the phone itself will make an appearance or, if it does, whether the device will be anywhere near a final product.
The most recent rumors suggested the phone will be usable as both a phone and a tablet and that it will have a 7.3-inch display on the inside and a four-inch display on the outside. Samsung has yet to confirm any of this.
One thing that is certain, however, is that Samsung’s effort won’t be the first foldable device. That honor goes to this device from Rouyu Technology. Hopefully, Samsung’s version will be a bit more refined, however.