Samsung is planning two more foldable smartphones, despite being a luxury product

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Samsung is reportedly working on two new foldable devices.

The latest Galaxy S10 family includes three smartphones: the Galaxy S10, S10+ and S10e.

If you were one of the people who preferred Huawei's outward-folding Mate X, you'll be pleased to hear Samsung is also making a phone that folds that way too.

Samsung's other device, that is claimed to fold in a similar fashion to the Huawei Mate X, was predicted to release after the clamshell-like flagship.

Samsung Galaxy S10 and Galaxy S10+ feature 6.1-inch and 6.4-inch QHD+ Curved AMOLED display respectively with an aspect ratio of 19:9.

The first is a vertically foldable device much like the rumoured foldable Motorola Razr.

Galaxy Fold, a smartphone phone with a flexible screen (Dh7,250), will go on sale in the region in the second quarter of 2019. This year, the coils can work in reverse mode to charge other devices using your phone's battery. "The time is ripe for experimentation".

In related news, Samsung is also said to be working on a design issue with the Fold where its panel starts to develop a crease after 10,000 folds.

So says Bloomberg, which claims the incoming smartphones will have significantly different designs to the Samsung Galaxy Fold, which features a tablet-like inner screen that unfolds. According to Bloomberg, Samsung is now using mock-ups to fine-tune the design and this could be a successor to its W series flip-phones for the Chinese market.

Between Unpacked and MWC, the past few weeks have been all about foldable phones.

Everyone's on a foldable high, and whether or not you're intrigued, or at least interested in foldable devices, Lego's here to brighten up your day.

The Samsung Galaxy S10 will be available in Prism Black, Prism White and Prism Blue colour options.

"Leveraging a decade of industry leadership, the Galaxy S10 line is built on our legacy of unparalleled innovation to deliver an exceptional user experience to consumers", said DJ Koh, President and CEO of IT and Mobile Communications Division, Samsung Electronics.