Samsung had officially announced at the beginning of the year that they are working on a foldable smartphone. While the concept of phone with foldable display may seem analogous to the flip phones of the past, but that isn't the case actually.
According to new information, Samsung's mission of producing a foldable phone is dubbed as a Project Valley. The pilot project of the South Korean company aims to conceptualize a phone that can come with a foldable display, thereby enabling users to carry large screen mobile devices in their pocket with ease.
Here are some of the features that were rumored about the Samsung's foldable smartphone. Take a look at the slider below to know more.
According to Chinese micro-blogging site Weibo, Samsung is working on a wallet like device, which the company calls it as Project Valley and is currently under testing stage.
According to the rumors, there will be two variants of the foldable smartphone. One with Snapdragon 620 processor and other with a Snapdragon 820 processor. Both models will be paired with 3GB of RAM, a microSD card slot to expand memory and a non-removable battery.
Patents Foldable Device
Back in June, a report claiming a new patent that hints at a dual-display handset from Samsung, that could open and close using a hinge.
It's Not The Next Flagship
The has been many speculations that, Samsung's flodable smartphone will be its next flagship and will be called as Galaxy S7. But, a new report claims that the foldable smartphone is not the next-generation Galaxy S7. The report further claims that the Galaxy S7 could launch in two models: one with Snapdragon 820 or Exynos 8890 processor.
It is speculated that Samsung will announce the smartphone in the first half of the 2016. But, many rumors claims that, the foldable smartphone will be announced by late January or early February next year.