TL;DR – Love the comments.
This video was uploaded on CNET’s Instagram account on Thursday 8 November, showcasing the newest technology from Samsung, the Infinity Flex Display.
According to Senior vice president of mobile product marketing Justin Denison, “When it’s open, it’s a tablet offering a big-screen experience. When closed, it’s a phone and fits neatly inside your pocket.”
These Infinity Flex screens are made to endure repeated folding and unfolding.
As fantastic as this foldable Samsung Phone-tablet is, it can’t be more awesome than the comments from Instagram users.
Some people are really not feeling this foldable phone-tablet technology.
This is pretty true.
Anyway, this design may be revolutionary but it’s not exactly the first in the market.
The Royole FlexPai has an AMOLED display of 7.8 inches screen made up of flexible plastic and it is ready for ordering!
What do you think? Would Samsung replace the screen with other materials or would they stick to flexible plastic like Royole? Would the other brands hop on this foldable technology? Would you get such device and how much would you pay for it?
(Cover image of Senior vice president Justin Denison pulling a prototype foldable smartphone from pocket at a Samsung developer conference in San Francisco via)