The company first officially teased the concept for the device now known as the Galaxy Fold in early November of last year at the Samsung Developers Conference. At the time, we wondered how it would hold up physically—and we also explored how, like a newspaper, a folding device pulls off the neat trick of containing a screen that’s bigger than its folded-up footprint. That seems like an obvious point, but it’s fundamentally different from a traditional smartphone, which can only pack in a bigger screen if its maker shrinks the bezels, makes it physically bigger, or both. Want a tablet-sized screen in a device small enough to fit in your pants pocket? That sucker is going to have to bend.