The upcoming foldable GALAXY X is a tablet when it’s fully opened and then a phone when it’s closed. It uses a new display technology called Infinity Flex Display that lets you open and close the device over and over without any degradation. Very cool, isn’t it!? I mean considering the fact that we are living in a world where the size of your screen can only be as large as the device itself. As if that’s not enough, they added a new dimension to help with the browsing, watching and multitasking like never before.
The Galaxy X has a Multi Active Window, that is it can run 3 apps at the same time. Might this be the next big innovation in mobile devices? Despite having a relatively bigger screen that drains the battery, Samsung hopes the Galaxy X’s battery life will be better or lasts as long as the current Galaxy smartphones.
The Cover Display, that is what we’ll see when the device is closed and looks more like a regular phone, is 11.63cm and has a 21:9 aspect ratio. Its resolution is 840×1960, with a screen density of 420 dpi.
The Main Display, which is the bigger screen we’ll see when unfolding the phone, is 18.54cm and has a 4.2:3 aspect ratio. The resolution is1536x2152, with a screen density of 420 dpi. It will be optimized for focused and handy and quick access and interaction, to leverage the small screen. When the device is unfolded, the Cover Display will turn off and go black.
Unfolding the phone provides more information with visual cues and this is not the final product though, it’ll hopefully and surely be better than this as their still working on it.
Honestly, I just can’t wait!!!