Tuesday, 22 September 2015

Samsung foldable phone debut in January 2016?

South Korean company Samsung is hoping to launch its first foldable phone, which has been under work for two years, in 2016 January, as per the reports.

The company in the years has shown off several prototypes of folding plastic displays, according to the sources, the project dubbed as ‘Project Valley’ and the handsets are currently undergoing testing phases. The other leak from the company says that the Samsung's mysterious Galaxy View is certified by Bluetooth SIG and the device claims to be a tablet.

As per the reports from China (via GforGames), the foldable smartphone from the Samsung has been codenamed Project Valley or Project V, which is being tested on the different chipsets- powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon 620 and Snapdragon 820. The device is likely to offer 3 GB RAM, built-in non-removable battery and comes with expandable storage.

This Samsung foldable smartphone packs a new hinge system, which lets you fold the phone, preventing the seamless display from being damaged in the process, with the help of the little "valley" the hinge creates, and thus it is named Project Valley. Sources inform us that the overall look of the device look like men's wallet, which would be wider than the general flagship phone.

The report also revealed on the Samsung Galaxy S7 and it is expected to be powered by Snapdragon 820 and the other with Exynos 8890 processor. However, there are some reports that this high-end device may be coming to only South Korea. Oflate, Samsung has been experimenting with smartphones and the company has recently launched the Edge and Edge Plus dual edge display variants. It has also recently launched the flip phone with dual displays and Snapdragon 808 SoC.

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