Samsung to come out with foldable smartphones in 2017

By Saad Mughal on
April 5, 2016
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Project Valley, as dubbed by reports, is an initiative taken by Samsung that is bound to change the way we interact with our smartphones. There have been much talk about bendable and fold-able phones in the past but those were only conceptual models. Samsung is now turning this into reality. According to a news report from South Korea (Samsung’s home country), the smartphone giant is working on fold-able smartphones that will be made available in some time next year.

Earlier, there were rumors that this fold-able smartphone would be released this year. However, now it is being said that this device won’t be coming out this year but will be put to production in 2017. Sources say that this fold-able smartphone will be a 7 inch tablet that can be folded to become a 5 inch smartphone. Rumors also say that the smartphone will feature 3 GB of RAM with a Snapdragon 620 or a Snapdragon 820. So buckle up, the latest innovation in the world of smartphones is on its way.

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