Samsung Display Concept: Slidable Horizontal It is as interesting as it sounds!

Samsung is already known for bringing us a wide variety of smartphone display concepts. Samsung’s Foldables are one of the most popular concept-turned-devices these days.

The tech giant of Samsung not only executes the concepts perfectly but also takes care of other features while doing it. They form high-end devices for a reason. People are loving this kind of conceptual smartphone and are always anticipating seeing them. 

Today we’ve brought you another such concept which is as unique as every other. The Samsung Display Concept of Slidable Horizontal. The screen of the smartphone is extended horizontally to form a slightly bigger screen and the display gets adjusted according to the now-extended screen. 

When fully extended, the smartphone takes the shape of a square and can be handled thus forth. 

Behold the mesmerizing concept in the video:-

People replied to the post and showed their enthusiasm. One of them tweeted and said that the concept has been under development for 5 years so maybe in the next 5 years we will be able to actually witness the device in full glory.

Giving their opinions, another of the replies mentioned how the device should’ve been manual because it is annoying waiting for the screen to roll out. Other than these, people have given a wide variety of reactions to the new concept. 


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