Foldable smartphone graphene

The advent of smartphones has brought about new technologies with every release of a new smartphone. Displays have gone farther than what they started with likewise processor speeds and performance of smartphones. However, just when tech analysts and enthusiasts predicted a fall in the innovative idea of the mobile tech industry, smartphone companies began revealing plans t work on foldable devices which is a pretty cool idea even as Samsung and LG had gone ahead to file some patent requests with respect to the much-expected innovation which is projected to hit the tech market by storm.

However, it is worthy of note that with a great concept such as the bendable smartphone comes great responsibilities which the tech industry looks to be capable of handling as the latest report has indicated that the foldable technology powered devices will be coming into the market sporting bigger displays, and a bendable screen to go with.

The South Korean tech company, Samsung has reportedly started working on the concept smartphone which will be foldable and can be used as a tablet when needed. Other the companies including Oppo, LG, and some others have also been rumored to be working on something about the foldable display device which is expected to knock the mobile the market right out.

Reports, however, indicate that Samsung is favored to release the device most likely in 2019 as a Galaxy X device (note that the X is a placeholder for whatever name the tech company chooses to go with).

The device is reportedly going to feature an OLED display which is capable of being bent which means it will be flexible enough for twists and turns over the given locus provided by the unbendable parts of the device.

In line with the hopes of releasing the bendable device, a professor at the University of Exeter has released a material which will give the tech company just what it needs regarding flexibility for the achievement of the foldable phone concept.

However, I order to achieve the needed flexibility, the internal components of the device must also be flexible to a certain degree which has been a source of debate among tech users, analyst, and enthusiasts.

The newly developed storage system allows tech companies all the flexibility needed as it was made from graphene and is expected to replace the current flash memory found in smartphones and other types of devices.

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