Samsung Reportedly Working On Dual-Screen phone

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According to reports from Korean publications ET News and The Investor, tech giant Samsung will produce a number of prototype dual-screen smartphones this year. The company has already begun production on the device, say the reports, and plans to make between 2,000 and 3,000 units in the first half of 2017.



These dual-screen devices aren’t destined for the consumer market, though, and will instead be a test-bed for Samsung to explore the potential of their foldable smartphone. The prototypes will reportedly be constructed from a pair of rigid, 5-inch OLED displays joined by a single hinge — a design we’ve seen in real consumer devices in the past, like NEC’s Medias W N-05E and the Kyocera Echo. 

As one industry source told ET News: “Since foldable products draw the most attention in markets recently, it is important to understand demands and ideas regarding new UX through this prototype. This is part of Samsung Electronics’ effort to introduce foldable Smartphones as ultra-premium products.”

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