Intel unveiled a new concept device called the Horseshow Bend, which uses a 17.3" foldable OLED display that folds into a 12" display. The device is based on Intel's upcoming "Tiger Lake" mobile processors.
Intel says that the Horseshoe Bend can be used in a number of postures for varying user experiences: laptop, all-in-one, lay-flat, canvas or book. It has also been developed with a detachable keyboard that fit seamlessly into the device when folded for easy transport.
We do not know who provided Intel with these foldable displays. But in March 2019 it was reported that Intel is looking at laptops with foldable OLED displays, working together with LG Display, Samsung Display, BOE and Sharp.
BOE is collaborating with Lenovo and it supplied it with the 13.3" foldable OLED it used in the prototype ThinkPad X1 foldable laptop it demonstrated in May 2019. LG Display is also working with Lenovo on foldable laptops.