The previously unavailable Samsung device, equipped with the Infinity Flex display, could easily crash and burn. Technically speaking, its initial form is hellishly bulky. This serves to accommodate the display and its flexible hinge. The prototype Denison demonstrated at the Samsung Developer Conference seemed as bulky as a Nokia Communicator ̵
Why did the executive have to pull out the phone in total darkness? The backlight may be low, or there may be a problem with power consumption that would make prolonged use problematic. Lots of juice is needed to run a smaller 5-inch LCD and a flexible 7.3-inch OLED. Probably 4,000 mAh is the smallest battery that could use the phone, and is comparable to the other 7-inch tablets from Samsung. It's also worth adding that a hinge like any moving part is a point of failure that you will not find on other mobile devices.
In recent months, I have thought several times about how useful all-touch machines can be. Dual / all-screen laptops are still quite uncomfortable for the real work. Samsung therefore offers a wireless keyboard and mouse as an accessory. Doubling displays also requires more processing power and more memory, which increases the price and size. I'd be surprised if this phone of the future is not offered for $ 1,500, if you need all the technology you need.