Samsung at the Samsung Developer Conference (SDC 2018) in San Francisco, California formally unveiled a foldable smartphone form factor that is based on an Infinity Flex Display. The new interface also comes as a companion to the Infinity Flex Display to power Samsung’s first-generation foldable smartphones.
The Galaxy smartphone maker also announced that it is opening up Bixby virtual assistant to developers in a bid to expand its presence over time – taking on Google’s Assistant, Apple’s Siri, Amazon’s Alexa, and Microsoft’s Cortana.
As Android Police reports, in a developer session following the keynote at the SDC 2018 venue, Samsung revealed that the cover display of its first foldable device will have a resolution of 840×1960 pixels along with a screen density of 420dpi and the smallest screen width of 320dp. The foldable display, which sits under the cover display, on the other hand, is said to have a resolution of 1536×1960 pixels along with a screen density of 420dpi and the smallest screen width of 585dp.