It also announced its take on the notch, with not one but three notch designs for its future devices - the Infinity U, Infinity V and Infinity O.
Samsung said it would be ready for mass production in the coming months. Now, it is evolving into a scalable, open AI platform to support many devices, including fridge and TVs.
When its closed, its a phone and when its open, its a tablet, the company said at its developers conference, explaining that it is working with Google and developers to optimize Android apps for this type of screen.More news: Minnesota, Michigan send first Muslim women to US Congress
It offers access to the same development tools Samsung's internal developers use to create Bixby Capsules, which is what developers build to add features to Bixby.
That's because - as noted by reliable leaker Ice Universe - one of the features of One UI is the ability for the color of the interface to match the color of the handset, and in demonstrating this Samsung showed a phone in silver, green, black, blue and pink shades.
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Samsung and Huawei have been vying to be the world's first developer of a foldable smartphone.
The announcement means other companies can start building the voice assistant system into their own machines and devices as well. The Infinity O display, meanwhile, sits offset to the left side of the screen. "Developers have more ways to reach users, and users get more opportunities to make the a lot of them", Kyunghak said. "The experience was reengineered to reduce clutter and distractions, allowing the user to better focus and quickly navigate".
She said Royole told her the issues were "due to the adhesive used in the engineering samples". Samsung released its first Android Go phone earlier this year in the form of the Galaxy J2 Core, and just a few months later, we have another entry with the J4 Core.More news: China Says Will Provide Economic Aid to Pakistan but More Talks Needed