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Lego shows off its foldable product that doesn't run out of battery

Lego shows off its foldable product that doesn't run out of battery

It is prototyping at least a couple of designs with one version featuring a secondary display on the outside, much like the Galaxy Fold.

The outlet, citing people familiar with the South Korean OEM's plans, stated Samsung is developing a "clamshell-like device" and another that "folds away from the user similar to Huawei Technologies Co.'s Mate X".

Samsung unveiled its folding phone, the Galaxy Fold, at a dedicated event earlier in February. Instead, it looks like any malfunction of the hidden biometric sensor will need to be settled by pulling off the display of the standard S10 (and, presumably, the S10+ too) along with the fingerprint scanner itself. Though it is priced at $2,600 (barely more significant than the $1,980 price ticket of the Galaxy Fold), the system has arguably turn out to be the one we eagerly await. As it should have a single panel, it would weigh less and be thinner than its siblings.

Galaxy Fold, a smartphone phone with a flexible screen (Dh7,250), will go on sale in the region in the second quarter of 2019. Yesterday, the toy-production company tweeted a satirical advertisement for its "LEGO fold", drawing clear design cues from Samsung's own campaign. "The time is ripe for experimentation". The design of the device is expected to have a screen on the outside as well, though Samsung could eliminate that depending on how well the Galaxy Fold's external display is received by customers.

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Lego is succinct with the copy, pointing out that the foldable's 5-inch display can unfold into an 11-inch pop-up story, as compared to Samsung's 4.6-inch exterior display and 7.3-inch interior.

Sure, the smartphone has grasped not exclusively the foldable idea but also the 5G one, making it a good factor.

While Samsung works on new models, it's also trying to improve the durability of the Galaxy Fold's display. The past few weeks in the tech sphere have been dominated by foldable phones. The South Korean company shipped 291.3 million phones past year while Huawei sold 205.8 million, according to Strategy Analytics. It doesn't really matter that the Galaxy S10 isn't out yet - we're already anticipating the next big thing from Samsung. The 8GB/128GB Galaxy S10 in Prism Black and Blue starts at Rs. 66,900 while the 8GB/512GB variant costs Rs. 84,900.

After that, we can apparently expect to see rollable and stretchable screens from Samsung on future devices.