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Samsung Shares More Details About Its Infinity Flex Display

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Nov 8, 2018, 9:00 AM   by Eric M. Zeman   @zeman_e

Samsung revealed more information about its new Infinity Flex Display, which it expects to begin manufacturing in volume within the coming months. The cover display measures 4.58 inches across the diagonal with 840 by 1,960 pixels, making for an aspect ratio of 21:9 and density of 420ppi. The main display measures 7.3 inches across the diagonal with 1,526 by 2,152 pixels, making for an aspect ratio of 4.2:3 and density of 420ppi. Continuity will be key for the pair of screens, which means tasks being performed on one will automatically adjust to the other when the phone is opened or closed. The main display supports multiple multi-tasking modes, with one, two, or three windows each supporting individual apps. Flipboard was among the first outside developers to announce support for the Infinity Flex Display. Samsung said it is doing its best to ensure that battery life of its multi-screened device will be equivalent to current Galaxy phones. Samsung has not said anything else about the phone that will make use of this display other than that the first phone to carry the Infinity Flex Display will be priced as aggressively as possible.

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