Samsung’s Foldable Smartphone will be released with Snapdragon 820 chipset in 2016
We already knew that Samsung is working on foldable display smartphones and the devices are in the testing process and will be released in 2016. This huge project is known as “Project V (Valley).” There is a report popping out over the media carry the details of the regions which will get companies first foldable smartphones.
According to the leaked information, the device has the SM-G929F model number and will be available in homeland South Korea first and after that European regions will get the device. The country details of European regions are UK, Germany, Italy, Nordic Countries, France and Poland.
Previously we heard about the leaked specs of the device and according to them the phone will be shipped with Snapdragon 820 chipset and has 3 GB RAM, microSD card and non-removable battery but the mysterious thing is the size of the display of this foldable smartphone. For making the convenient display, the South Korean giants extract the idea from prototype screen allowing it to function throughout the life of the device without any deterioration in folding and opening. The company used metal mesh layer and the flat sheet of indium tin oxide because the mesh allows more flexibility than one continuous sheet. The previous report suggested that the device will come with 5.7 inches display which is the same size of Galaxy S6 Edge Plus, but the recent Zauba listing the device with 5.1 inches screen which is similar with Galaxy S6 Edge.
May be the phone is large when open and when the device is folded it measures 5.1 inches. There is no authentic information available about this and we need to wait more until the official confirmation comes out from Samsung and we cannot say anything before time.