First foldable Samsung smartphones now tipped for H2 2016
Samsung is a south Korean multinational conglomerate company headquatered in samsung town, Seoul and Samsung was founded by lee-byung-chull which manufactures smartphone, home appliances and other techno gadget and
now recently there are rumors of first foldable smartphone of Samsung The South Korean company in the meantime has launched Galaxy smartphones with curved edge displays. If a new leak is to be believed, we might finally see a foldable Samsung smartphone in January – with the company reportedly already testing the smartphone.
According to a tipster from China . Samsung’s foldable smartphone has been code named Project Valley and is being tested with two different chip sets – Qualcomm Snapdragon 620 and Snapdragon 820. Other details claim that the handset will feature 3GB of RAM; come with expandable storage, and will come with an embedded battery.
Samsung’s mysterious Galaxy View device which was teased during its IFA event and expected to the oft-leaked 18.4-inch tablet from the company has purportedly been certified by Bluetooth SIG with model name SM-T670.
It’s worth noting that a previous report had claimed that Samsung was testing the unannounced Qualcomm Snapdragon 820 chip set ‘aggressively’.
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