When you think of devices with flexible/foldable displays, there’s a good chance that you might be thinking of Samsung and their upcoming foldable smartphone. However there are other companies who are working on such tech too, such as Lenovo who has in the past shown off various foldable concepts.

Now according to a report from ETNews (via XDA), the company could be getting ready to make those concepts a reality. The report claims that Lenovo is working with LG on developing a tablet with a foldable display, where they are aiming to have the device ready for the second half of 2019. However it is unclear if we can expect this device to run on Windows or Android, although the former does seem more likely given that Lenovo is more known for their Windows tablets than Android tablets.

Other alleged details about this tablet includes a 13-inch display that when folded could become small enough where it might be roughly the size of a phone, although whether or not it will have phone capabilities remains to be seen, although if it does then using Android probably makes more sense.

In any case the jury is still out on whether foldable devices will be popular or necessary, but what do you guys think? Is a foldable tablet something you might be interested in, or are tablets in its current form good enough?

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