As the Mobile World Congress 2013 is drawing closer, the South Korean tech giant Samsung is appearing in the tech headlines for some device or the other every alternate day. Apart from the new Galaxy Tab 3 lineup and Galaxy Note 8.0, the company is being rumored for several handsets, while it has already launched a couple of them ahead of the event - Galaxy Young and Galaxy Fame.
Now, Samsung is being rumored to come with non-breakable dual displays on smartphones, which has been long rumored. Already, NEC launched a dual display handset Medias in Japan and in 2011, Kyocera unveiled Echo with dual displays.
However, since past few days, a mysterious Samsung device with the model number GT-B9150 is making rounds in speculations. According to a report by Mobilegeeks, a German-language tech site, has heard new whispers that the Samsung Galaxy Q could contain two 3-inch displays, making it a 6-inch dual-screen device. The site has even determined the upcoming gadget's full product name, the Galaxy Q GT-B9150.
Going by the leaked benchmark results, Galaxy Q has been spotted in GL Benchmarks with a 1080p full HD display, 1.7GHz A15 Exynos 5 5250 dual core processor and Android 4.2.1 Jelly Bean OS. With these specifications, it appears that the GT-B9150 could be a high-end device.
As per reports, Samsung will be using an early version of the folding display technology to make the Galaxy Q's two screens fit together without breaking. Moreover, it was only recently that Samsung unveiled its flexible YOUM display.
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Although, this is not the first time rumors regarding the Galaxy Q have surfaced on the web. Back in 2011, Galaxy Q had been rumored with similar set of specifications, except for the dual-displays.
What are your thoughts on the Galaxy Q? Are you intrigued by the idea of a foldable flexible display? Are you hoping to see more at MWC? Let us have your comments on this.