Samsung's first folding smartphone launching in early 2016
Technology world never sleeps and the developers are always busy in new experiments. We already have the bendable smartphones from LG such as LG G Flex 2 and now Samsung is trying to follow the same foot steps and will launch their first foldable smartphone in early 2016.
SamMobile gives some details about this upcoming foldable smartphone from Samsung and according to that the South Korean giant is busy in testing of their first foldable smartphone which will be on surface with the code name “Project Valley”. Sam Mobile further confirmed that the smartphone will come with 3 GB RAM, microSD card slot option for external memory and a non-removable battery. These changes are also expected in Samsung’s new Galaxy smartphone Flagship which might be released in MWC 2016 under the name Galaxy S7.
Samsung said that the company was testing this foldable smartphone with two different chipsets; one supporting Snapdragon 620 and other with Snapdragon 820 processor. According to the information the “Project Valley” smartphone will be released in January next year and initially the smartphone will only make the debut in South Korea and maybe later the other regions will get this foldable Android Phone. Though the size of this foldable smartphone is still not confirmed and we need to wait for the accurate size.
Samsung is very hopeful about this foldable handset and expects that this upcoming foldable smartphone or phablet provides the massive share to the company and Samsung will fly high in the sky of technology and would be able to defeat the big rivals like Apple.
Well, good luck Samsung for your upcoming Foldable “Project Valley” smartphone/phablet.