Samsung’s First Foldable Smartphone Due in January
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We have been learning reports about the Samsung foldable phone in the operations for more than two years now, with the company giving off different prototypes of folding displays as well.
The South Korean company in the meantime has launched Galaxy smartphones with curved edge displays. If a new leak is to believed, we might finally see the foldable Samsung smartphone in January – with the company reportedly previously testing the smartphone. Additionally, Samsung’s mysterious Galaxy View device has been certified by the Bluetooth SIG claiming it is a tablet. Samsung’s First Foldable Smartphone Due in January
According to a tipster from China (via GforGames), Samsung’s foldable smartphone has been codenamed Project Valley and is being tested with two different chipsets – Qualcomm Snapdragon 620 and Snapdragon 820. Other details tipped by the tipster claim that the handset will feature 3GB of RAM; come with expandable storage, and will come with an embedded battery.
It’s worth noting that a previous report had claimed that Samsung was testing the unannounced Qualcomm Snapdragon 820 chipset ‘aggressively’. The test results were said to determine if the chipset would feature in next year’s flagship designs or not.
In other news, Samsung’s strange Galaxy View device that has teased during its IFA event & supposed to the oft-leaked 18.4-inch tablet from the organization has purportedly been approved byBluetooth SIG with the model name SM-T670. The Bluetooth SIG listing of the tablet does not reveal many details; except that the Bluetooth version would be 4.1.
To remember, Samsung just as it did at the Galaxy Assembled event last month, bothered a new forthcoming product at the end of the IFA show – what appeared to be the large tablet. Dubbed Galaxy View, the teaser was mysterious sufficient to hide most details, but a kick stand was visible on the back panel. We will have to wait to make the announcement.
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