Samsung’s foldable Infinity Flex phone unveil in 13 minutes



As predicted, Samsung has unveiled a flexible display at the company’s 2018 developer conference in San Francisco. It’s still very much in prototype stage, but Samsung wanted to take the opportunity to show off how UI and UX works on a flexible display, so that developers can make apps that optimize it.

Read more:

Subscribe to Engadget on YouTube:

Engadget’s Buyer’s Guide:

Get More Engadget:
• Like us on Facebook:
• Follow us on Twitter:
• Follow us on Instagram:
• Read more:

Engadget is the original home for technology news and reviews.

40 Replies to “Samsung’s foldable Infinity Flex phone unveil in 13 minutes”

  1. Radza

    i dont want to be rude, but real? guy speaks whit hes teeths shut , girl is lisping, i needed to turn on subtitle to understand her. cant hire professional stand speaker?

  2. Psyprus

    ALSO WHEN A COMPANY RELEASES AN OS LIKE LINUX BASED WHERE PEOPLE CAN DO WHAT THEY IMAGINE AND NOT BE LIMITED. I MEAN COME ON SAMSUNG, EVERYTHING AT THE BOTTOM OF THE SCREEN ? IN 2 YEARS THIS WILL BE A FEATURE ON WERE AND HOW I WANT MY NOTIFICATIONS TO SHOW UP IN A PART OF MY SCREEN AND A SPECIFIC SIZE, WHY NOT ?? WAKE UP PEOPLE, NO MORE WAITING FOR SCREENS THAT JUST GET DARKER AND BRIGHTER, BUT NOTHING NEW OR AS INNOVATING ANYMORE, SO STOP OVERBRAGING AND PRICING.

  3. Pablo Rages

    What Samsung should do is get REALLY BORING presenters …. then the phone will look more interesting ….. OH WAIT …. the even more boring people have already killed themselves !

  4. IsoMacintosh

    This actually looks damn promising, imagine getting a tablet size screen without having to carry around a man purse or a backpack, if they can manage to fit a stylus in it as well it could be really nice for artists and note takers on the go.

  5. Akai

    Apple Users: Foldable phone looks shit. Looks like a brick. Zero innovation.

    Apple removes headphone jack and adds a notch on their phone

    Apple Users: Wow! Amazing! Innovation at it's best

    Remember many technologies we have now were perceived as being out-wordly and weird. From wireless things to even your phone's touchscreen many people thought was stupid and look at where we are now.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *