Samsung has shown off a range of foldable phone prototypes to attendees of its recent Analyst Day.
Analysts who attended Samsung's analyst day on Wednesday were shown prototype mobile devices that can fold in half, says the Wall Street Journal.
The company plans to move from curved to bendable displays and eventually to ones that can be folded.
Samsung plans foldable screens in the next three years, with the Samsung Galaxy Round the first in a new generation of flexing phones.
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