Koh Dong-Jin, the president and chief executive of Samsung Electronics’ information technology and mobile communications division, unveils the company’s Galaxy Fold smartphone at an event in San Francisco, California, on February 20, 2019. Photo: Handout Koh Dong-Jin, the president and chief executive of Samsung Electronics’ information technology and mobile communications division, unveils the company’s Galaxy Fold smartphone at an event in San Francisco, California, on February 20, 2019. Photo: Handout
Koh Dong-Jin, the president and chief executive of Samsung Electronics’ information technology and mobile communications division, unveils the company’s Galaxy Fold smartphone at an event in San Francisco, California, on February 20, 2019. Photo: Handout

Samsung working on two more foldable smartphones, eyeing early lead in new market segment

  • The South Korean firm is developing a clamshell-like device and one that folds away from the user like Huawei’s Mate X

Topic |   Samsung Electronics
Koh Dong-Jin, the president and chief executive of Samsung Electronics’ information technology and mobile communications division, unveils the company’s Galaxy Fold smartphone at an event in San Francisco, California, on February 20, 2019. Photo: Handout Koh Dong-Jin, the president and chief executive of Samsung Electronics’ information technology and mobile communications division, unveils the company’s Galaxy Fold smartphone at an event in San Francisco, California, on February 20, 2019. Photo: Handout
Koh Dong-Jin, the president and chief executive of Samsung Electronics’ information technology and mobile communications division, unveils the company’s Galaxy Fold smartphone at an event in San Francisco, California, on February 20, 2019. Photo: Handout
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