Samsung Galaxy A10e goes official for $179 in the U.S.

Samsung Galaxy A10e goes official for $179 in the U.S.

The company has now rolled out the feature for its last year's flagship models, the Samsung Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9 Plus. Samsung is a massive company with a correspondingly large research and development team, and it's likely sitting on a number of patented designs for new smartphones, from the plausible to the absurd. The second image shows the handset's display pulled up and the chin extending the screen from the inner side to the out-front, resulting in a longer than usual screen.

According to a recent report by The New York Times, the Chinese government last week summoned major tech companies, including Samsung and other United States companies, to warn of the consequences if they follow the decision by President Donald Trump's administration to cut off Huawei from sales of its technology.

As of now, Samsung has only revealed limited specs of the device. For those unaware, the Samsung Galaxy J7 (2017) was launched in 2017 with Android 7.0 Nougat out-of-the-box.

Those AT&T emails on canceling Galaxy Fold preorders were reported on earlier Thursday by Tom's Hardware.

"If you do not want your order automatically cancelled on May 31st you may request that we keep your order and fulfil it later". June is already near the midway point so July appears to be the closest.

In a statement given to CNET, a Samsung spokesperson fessed: "We will announce timing in the coming weeks".

Foldable technology hasn't really taken off just yet, with Royole, Huawei and Samsung still working on the releases of their devices.

The phone in the patent looks vaguely like the BlackBerry Priv, except instead of exposing a handy QWERTY keyboard, you get a super tall screen that's the size of a Rite Aid receipt. Besides which, we don't even know if consumers will react positively to folding smartphones, never mind rolling ones.

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