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Samsung is working on a retractable laptop with a flexible screen

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Folding screens are going to be the next big thing in the technology field that started with folding smartphones that can be converted into tablets.

Companies like Microsoft, Apple, Huawei and Xiaomi are already working on folding devices while Samsung is expected to unveil its folding smartphone - Galaxy X or F, as it is rumored - sometime in the following year.

But Samsung has just confirmed that it is also working on a flexibly sliding laptop computer.

Lee Min-Cheol from Samsung said: "As with folding smartphones, Samsung is working with display makers to develop laptops with folding screens that will not just fold in but create a new user experience."

He also confirmed that the company is already working with other panel manufacturers (probably LG) to develop large AMOLED displays for these laptops.

Min-Cheol added that the company also works with these manufacturers to produce flexible AMOLED displays for its upcoming folding mobile phones.

Meanwhile, other companies like Lenovo are also rumored to be working on a collapsible laptop and Microsoft on the other hand still reveals suggestions that a Surface folding device is on the way.

At the moment, there are no other details available on Samsung's collapsible laptop, but we may have the opportunity to hear more at the Samsung Developer Conference in San Francisco, which starts at 7 November.

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