Samsung Launches Its Second Android Go Device

Samsung Launches Its Second Android Go Device

Samsung Launches Its Second Android Go Device

Royole and Samsung have unveiled foldable smartphones, while LG and Huawei will soon join the race.

Samsungs upcoming device features a 7.3-inch 1536x2152-pixel “Infinity Flex” OLED display when it is open.

The device does not fold flat and was quite hard to hold, Bell said, adding that the plastic display lifted a little over the hinges and made a "crunching sound" while folding.

The Samsung Developer Conference 2018 has just wrapped up in San Francisco, and Samsung has put forth all plans for its ecosystem of products for the coming year.

The three new notched displays should be heading to new devices by 2019 and beyond.

Samsung says its connected living strategy is centered around an open IoT ecosystem that "unites the growing number of connected devices on a single platform".

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Dave Burke, vice president of engineering at Google, said at the Android Developer Summit that Google is "enhancing Android to take advantage of this new form factor with as little work as necessary".

We previously knew Samsung One UI would come to the newest flagships in Samsung's arsenal, namely the Samsung Galaxy S9, S9 Plus, and Galaxy Note 9.

Samsung is among a few developers working on foldable phones.

Royole said it would start filling orders in late December. We got to witness Samsung's foldable smartphone with the Infinity Flex display, as well as Samsung's new One UI with improved one-handed use and system-wide dark theme.

As shown in the image above, the device is a wallet-like gadget that folds in half.

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