Watch Samsung's Galaxy F Folding Phone Keynote Here, What To Expect

Samsung Bending Graphic
It's finally happening, today is the day when we'll get our first glimpse at what Samsung has been working on with respect to folding Android smartphones. Samsung has talked about the concept for years and in recent months confirmed that the official unveil would happen before the close of 2018.

During today’s Samsung Developer Conference, we will "hear directly from Samsung leadership about the newest technology advances and partnerships for the now — plus, the company’s vision for the next." The event itself kicks off at 10:00AM PST, or 1:00PM EST.

Samsung confirmed that it will be showing off the user interface (UI) for the folding smartphone, which will take full advantage of the uniqueness of the form-factor. However, we're not completely certain if the actual device will be on display -- we definitely hope so, however.

The South Korean company also revealed teased today’s event earlier this week when it updated its profile photo on Facebook. The picture shows a "folded" Samsung logo (seen at the top of this story), which is clearly in reference to its upcoming flagship. With regards to the phone's specs, we're left guessing at the moment. Rumors have suggested that its display will measure 7+ inches when unfurled, and that it will not have a fingerprint reader embedded in the display. However, it will supposedly have a secondary 4-inch display for accessing information when the device is "closed".