When Samsung unveiled their foldable smartphone last year, we have to say that we were a little disappointed because what they showed on stage simply wasn’t much to go on. However it seems that Samsung themselves might have give us a glimpse in a now deleted video uploaded by Samsung Vietnam.

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In the video (it has been reuploaded), it basically shows some of the futuristic devices and concepts that Samsung has been working on. It shows a variety of products, like a smart window that shows animations and the weather, a smart wardrobe that can take measurements, a tattoo machine that the tattoo artist can guide remotely, and most interestingly of all, a foldable smartphone.

It shows up for a brief couple of seconds, but it does seem to be in line with what Samsung unveiled at SDC 2018 last year. It shows a device that folds in half like a pamphlet, which when unfolded becomes the size of a tablet. It also shows how this device can have a display on the inside and on the outside, which might be a bit overkill, but who are we to judge?

Samsung is hosting an event later this month on the 20th of February where the Galaxy S10 is expected to be announced. However the company has been posting teaser ads in some countries that hints that the foldable phone could be unveiled in full then as well, so check back with us in the coming weeks for the details.

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