Samsung teases clamshell folding phone in new video

Thursday, 31 Oct, 2019

Despite that being a few months away, serial leakster Max Weinbach have given us a bit of insight into what the upcoming Samsung Galaxy S11 will be like.

Samsung reportedly stopped short of mentioning any specifics on the intriguing new concept, leaving its name, specs, and stage of development a mystery.

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Amongst a slew of product announcements, Samsung has released its latest "field-ready" device, the Galaxy XCover FieldPro, with military specifications for physically demanding environments. Captions and subtitles in text form can be added in the video. Samsung introduced a beta method this thirty day period for its new interface, first for choose Galaxy S10 gadgets and afterwards extending it to the Note 10. "As a pioneer in the foldable category, we understand that every innovative form factor requires an equally innovative user experience". The update also brings improved Super steady to stabilize footage, and is now available in Hyperlapse mode.

The release of the patch for the Galaxy S10 is remarkable because Samsung has beaten Google to its own update.

It's now unclear what's housed in the new patch (neither Samsung or Google have updated their respective security pages with information on the November update yet) but we'd expect it to beef-up the device's protections against vulnerabilities and malware. The graphic on the screen showed what for all intents and purposes is a 2019 take on what a flip phone would look like. At the moment this is just a concept but it is possible that this would be its next Galaxy Fold device.

Samsung Electronics has posted a video demonstration of a folding phone, but with an interesting twist. Yesterday, Samsung held its annual developer conference in San Jose, California. Perhaps we'll get more insight into the company's plans as CES or MWC.