Although Samsung's first pancake in the collapsible smartphone market was bulky (sales of the first version must be halted due to display problems), the company does not despair and plans to continue to bring such devices to the market.
A few weeks ago, Samsung announced its intention to deliver from 5 million to 6 million collapsible smartphones next year as demand for them increases. Now CEO DJ Koch has confirmed that Samsung "will significantly increase sales of collapsible smartphones next year."
New leaks claimed that Samsung could soon announce a new W20 clamshell smartphone that will have a flexible screen. This new product will be the successor to the current mussel shell model, exclusively available in the Chinese market. But in the case of the new W20 is expected to enter other markets. This model is expected to be announced before the end of this month.