Saturday 19 August 2017

Samsung may release world's first foldable smartphone in January

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Emma Clark

Samsung is reportedly set to release the world's first foldable smartphone, currently known as Project Valley, as early as January 2016.

Samsung is reportedly working on a foldable smartphone, which could be available as early as January 2016.

The smartphone is codenamed Project Valley and is said to be under testing at present. There are currently two hardware configurations, one running a Snapdragon 620 processor and the other with a Snapdragon 820.

Other specs include 3GB RAM, a microSD slot, and a non-removable battery.

Samsung has managed to keep itself ahead of the curve in recent years. It manufactured the world’s first Super AMOLED smartphone display back in 2010, and most recently launched the first dual-edge curved display with the Galaxy S6 Edge.

If Samsung does release a foldable smartphone so soon, it will place Samsung at the forefront of innovation once again.

Expect more news in the coming weeks and months if Samsung does decide that January is the right time to release Project Valley.

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