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Samsung’s Foldable Phone Will Have Three Screens, So You'll Never Have to Focus on Anything Ever Again

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We spend our lives eye-hopping between screens. We scroll on our phones while we're watching Netflix, we glance at our e-mail when we're not doing either of those two. Be it social media addiction or just bread and butter boredom, we can’t get enough of that all-too-familiar glow.

A smart move by Samsung, then, to include three OLED screens on their upcoming Galaxy X foldable handset.

According to The Bell, Samsung is looking to all but bridge the gap between smartphones and tablets with the game-changing move.

The front of the phone will reportedly come with two 3.5-inch screens to stretch to a 7-inch tablet display, and the rear will also feature a 3.5-inch screen that can be viewed when folded down.


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Samsung reportedly revealed that they will decide on the final design by June, and hope to get it out by 2019. It’s said that the innovative handset will receive a limited release as Samsung gage how popular the move is.

More screens! More distractions! Less time spent staring into the void! Huzzah!

This story originally appeared on Esquire.co.uk.

* Minor edits have been made by the Esquiremag.ph editors.

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