The tweet contains a short video showing an Android device with two bendable side panels that fold back behind the central area. The hands-on video shows that the device can be folded on the left and right side to be able to use it as a phone, and opening the sides will turn the device into a tablet. The famous leakster Evan Blass has posted a 20-second video of a foldable device but he isn't sure about the authenticity of the video as of now.
Finally, Xiaomi isn't afraid to work on weird "concept" phones as it showed with its bezels Xiaomi Mi Mix phone.
Google has announced native support in Android for foldables and has said to expect several new foldable Android devices, which will have either two screens or one screen.More news: Affordable Care Act is a 'federal outreach,' Landry says
A leaked video of a folding smartphone might be proof that Chinese manufacturer Xiaomi has also been working on a foldable phone. Samsung has already teased its foldable phone, with Microsoft also expected to launch its much-awaited Andromeda foldable device sometime this year.
The video shows a user folding a tablet in landscape mode into a palm-sized gadget.
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Foldable phones look set to finally come to market in a meaningful way during 2019, so with that in mind it's likely that we'll start to see more and more leaks as time ticks on.
Samsung mobile boss DJ Koh is convinced we need a foldable phone.
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