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Samsung To Launch A Foldable Laptop With Flexible Display

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Recently, Samsung has caused a stir when it proclaimed a flexible screen device. Years have passed and the first phone with a folding screen is getting closer. However, Samsung dares with even more simply by confirming that soon it will manufacture the first laptop with this type of screen. Yes, in basic words the South Korean giant Samsung is developing a foldable laptop with the flexible display.

Samsung To Launch A Foldable Laptop With Flexible Display


Recently, Samsung has caused a stir when it proclaimed a flexible screen device. Years have passed and the first phone with a folding screen is getting closer. However, Samsung dares with even more simply by confirming that soon it will manufacture the first laptop with this type of screen. Yes, in basic words the South Korean giant Samsung is developing a foldable laptop with the flexible display.

This is not from rumours or information outside the company:  Samsung Electronics itself has officially confirmed. According to the company, this will be done as part of their efforts to innovate in personal products before the changing market of laptops.

According to Lee Min-Cheol, the vice president of the South Korean giant Samsung’s PC marketing division: “Like collapsible smartphones, the South Korean giant Samsung is collaborating with display manufacturers to develop laptops with folding screens that not only fold, but also they create a new value and experience for the user, amid the changing market trends for laptops.”

This is very important because as with the folding phone, the South Korean giant Samsung has set out to achieve the feat of making the first laptop with a flexible screen in the world. Lee was asked in reference to this movement since among the technological products, laptops are somewhat weakened at the market level.

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Here’s what the president of Lee Min-Cheol, the vice president of the South Korean giant Samsung’s PC marketing division replied “Samsung currently sells about 3.2 million PCs per year, mainly in KoreaUSAChina andIndia, which cover a total of 45 per cent of the entire PC market. PCs play a central role in increasing connectivity with other mobile devices, so we will continue to develop innovative PCs with partners such as Intel, Microsoft and KT.”

Samsung has not given more details, but if we think about it, we will see points in common. As the South Korean giant Samsung said that by the end of the year it would present its first flexible smartphone, and knowing that we are already around that time, it is not surprising that the company wants to use this technology in other areas. Hence, for now, we will have to wait until the scheduled dates arrive, and see what the Korean giant can offer us. So, what do you think about this? Simply share all your views and thoughts in the comment section below.

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