A prototype of a folding screen was demonstrated by Samsung in the last year at CES. However, the announcement of this display was at most demonstration capabilities. A new report from insiders suggests that Samsung is preparing to launch a folding smartphone next year.
The apparatus also previously known as “Project Valley”It may appear as early as January 2016. The device has a large display on the inside, which can be bent when closing the housing. It is also known that there are two versions of the smartphone, which run on different processors Snapdragon from Qualcomm.
The first device will be equipped with Qualcomm Snapdragon chip 620, while the other can get a high quality Snapdragon 820. Samsung is a priority partner for the Snapdragon and the first to receive samples of the next flagship processor Qualcomm’s company, which will be used in the Galaxy S7.
Along with the chipsets, foldable smartphone will also appear to use 3 GB of RAM, and will come with a slot for microSD cards and nonremovable battery.
Unfortunately, we are unable to verify the data, however, Samsung Display previously stated that “commercialization of foldable smartphones will be possible in 2016” and the patent of this project also got into the network earlier this year.