A foldable phone might soon be a reality to die for. Rumors are abuzz that Samsung is gearing up for the release of its first foldable smartphone in the Q3-Q4 time bracket this year. The fold-like-a-paper smartphone is no mean feat, considering the fact that it will be the biggest breakthrough ever in the domain of mobile engineering.
While the South Korean giant had already advanced the idea of bendable screens at CES 2013, it would be truly outstanding to see a foldable screen coming out from its laboratories and become a pioneer.
As excited as you might be to hear more of this, nothing much has been learned about the device, except the fact that it is code-named ‘Project Valley’. It is anticipated that it would be sold under the name Galaxy X, and it might sport a 4K display.
Patent details also show that the new device is embedded with Biometric forms, including fingers, face, and palm.
Reports say that Samsung is currently carrying out tests on two variants of the flagship. While the one has a midrange processor, the other one is replete with a premium chipset, most likely the Snapdragon 835 by Qualcomm.