Rumors about a new Samsung phone started circling the tech world since early this year. And now, we have more details than ever.
According to Sam Mobile, Samsung is working on a project named Project Valley, which centers on working around the technology that can work on phones with foldable options. Project V/Valley is a top-secret program, but tech experts agree that it has something to do with Samsung winning a patent on a foldable tablet and a foldable smartphone display, as Phone Arena reported.
So when is the release date for the Samsung foldable phone? It could be next year, 2016, reports Sam Mobile.
Business Korea earlier published in March this year, that LG and Samsung are both working on a new technlogy for their phone division. Samsung on flexible displays while LG was working on transparent displays.
What are the specs for this foldable phone?
Sam Mobile hinted that it will contain a Snapdragon 820 chipset or a Exynos 8890 processor. The battery will be non-removable, like the other Samsung smartphones, the RAM will be at least 3GB, and the phone will still be with a microSD slot.
Is this the next Galaxy S7? Nope. The rumors say no. And unfortunately, this phone might now be available outside, South Korea. Bummer. But still, let’s see if this is something we can all look forward to.