The foldable display is here from Samsung

Smartphones are great. Miniature computers connected to a vast, worldwide always-on network. They fit in your pocket, are lightweight, and run for hours or days without a recharge. A bit expensive (about twice what a low-end laptop costs), they are ubiquitous, and everybody has at least one of them. There are only two things wrong with them: you can hardly ...

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