Samsung Galaxy J4 Core is the company's second Android Go phone

Ruben Fields
November 9, 2018

Samsung invited developers to start making apps for the new device, and minutes before the company showed its foldable smartphone, Google made official it would support a new category of Android devices and call it "foldables".

That's because - as noted by reliable leaker Ice Universe - one of the features of One UI is the ability for the color of the interface to match the color of the handset, and in demonstrating this Samsung showed a phone in silver, green, black, blue and pink shades.

Since this is yet another Android Go product, don't expect to be blown away by specs; the Samsung Galaxy J4 Core is a budget device through-and-through but should be more than capable for anyone who needs a stylish Android Go phone. It is expected to launch sometime in 2019. According to The Guardian, Samsung is not the only cellphone manufacturing company creating a foldable phone. While Samsung has so far been incapable of mass-producing OLED TV panels, the display manufacturer has a tight grip on the segment for small and medium-sized OLED panels.

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"The foldable display lays the foundation for a new kind of mobile experience", said Koh Dong-jin, president and CEO of the IT and mobile communications division at Samsung.

Reporters at the American technology network The Verge, and digital media website Mashable, were among those to get their hands on Royole's FlexPai device at the event in San Francisco.

Or perhaps the future of foldable displays will look completely different than what we imagine right now. Huawei CEO Richard Yu confirmed recently that the Chinese giant, now the world's second-largest smartphone vendor after Samsung, was working on foldable 5G phones. The next steps are rollable TVs and foldable handheld screens. Just imagine the next ten years of display innovation as entirely new display technologies emerge.

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