WATCH: Will Samsung finally reveal phone with foldable display this week?

And will it look anything like this terrible tease video from nearly five years ago?
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For years Samsung has been foreshadowing a phone with a foldable screen, including with this video from the CES 2013 keynote. This video is having a resurgence in response to new speculation that Samsung will show the phone in either their landscape or portrait orientation this week. Maybe.

Perhaps the pressure is on from competitors such as LG and Huawei. Or perhaps it this newbie that helped make the decision.

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