We can see how it looks when it folds, whether there is any creasing issue, and how the screens look when on.
When it is released, names that have been tossed around include Xiaomi Dual Flex and Xiaomi MIX Flex. That makes it more than just a consumption device and can be used for scribbling notes and quick artwork as well. The company publicly announced it's working on it, and even published a few videos, but the phone is definitely still in development.
According to XDA, the Samsung Galaxy Tab A will be sold in Cambodia, Laos, Malaysia, New Zealand, the Philippines, Singapore, Thailand, Vietnam, and the United Kingdom.
We knew Samsung would have several foldables on the way, including one that folded outwards like Huawei's Mate X and Xiaomi's Mi Fold, and a new patent spotted by LetsGoDigital shows exactly that. Samsung claims that the Galaxy Fold can withstand up to 2,00,000 folds which might happen over a time span of around 4-5 years if folded 100 times a day.
The video shows six Galaxy Fold's being systematically and simultaneously opened and closed again and again while on individual apparatuses. Then, the device is rotated 90 degrees and two "wings" of the display fold under, giving it a more compact frame.
Specifications of Samsung Galaxy Fold include a 7.3-inch Dynamic AMOLED display, 7nm octa-core processor, 128GB RAM, 512GB storage, and AKG with the stereo speakers. It's worth mentioning that this is the same chipset that that powers Samsung's affordable M20 smartphone, a device specifically designed for the Indian market.