Samsung’s Rollable Smartphone .

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Samsung’s Chair man Lee Jae-Yong held a designstrategy meeting and stressed the importance of an integrated design. 

It’s the first time ever that the CEO of allthe important Samsung business units have attended a common meeting including DJ Kohand TM Roh. 

Samsung’s chairman was also photographed atSamsung’s research and development center in South Korea in which he was seen holdinga prototype phone unlike anything else we have seen from Samsung so far. South Korean people believe this is Samsung’sunannounced sliding display smartphone where the display actually stretches from a regularsmartphone form factor to a tablet form factor. 

It also looks almost exactly like the patentthat Samsung filed a couple of years ago, letsgodigital made these renders based onthose patents which show the display slides from one end to reveal a bigger screen. 

It looks like Samsung’s chairman is also holdinga sliding display phone with the same form factor albeit it looks like the mechanismslides towards the left instead of right as shows in these renders. By the way, Samsung has been working on thistechnology for years now. In fact, they showcased this stretchable displayalmost 4 years ago.

 So it isn’t entirely new ground for Samsung. Also if you remember we got a report fromSouth Korean media a few weeks ago that Samsung is planning to bring sliding screen smartphonesto the market as soon as next year. 

So it seems we are looking at one of the prototypesof this phone and I won’t be surprised if the final product ends up looking like this. By the way, LG is also working on a slidingdisplay phone. In fact, they showcased a teaser at theirlaunch event and according to the latest information, they are calling the LG Slide.

 It will be launched in March next year soit seems sliding phones are the next big thing to go along with foldable smartphones. In a way, the slide-out screen design is intriguingbecause it achieves the same goal of teasing the screen real estate of a tablet from adevice the size of a typical phone, without the complication of bending the device. 

This could allow it to have a single, moreefficient battery, and could potentially solve the problem of the foldable phone’s telltalecrease. So looking forward to next year to see ifthey are actually better than the folding phones we have right now. 

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Apple officially stated that the battery lifeof the iPhone 12 and the previous-gen iPhone 11 series is the same but turns out that’snot the case. Mrwhosetheboss did a battery test among thebest phones all the major companies have to offer that includes the Note 20 Ultra, Mate40 Pro, Mi 10 Ultra, Oneplus 8 Pro, iPhone 11 Pro, and iPhone 12 Pro. 

And despite having a 5nm chipset and a 60Hzdisplay the iPhone 12 Pro performed noticeably worse than the competition. It had a screen on time of 7hr 16 minuteswhich is good but pales in comparison to the Note 20 Ultra which lasted 8hrs and 41 minutesin his test. 

And remember the Note 20 Ultra has 120Hz anda 7nm chipset, so the reports that said Apple didn’t include a 120Hz panel on the iPhone12 because of battery issues were absolutely true. Anyway, let me know what do you think aboutthis down in the comments and as always I’ll see you tomorrow…Peace out! 

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