Back in March this year, a Samsung official revealed that the company is working on a foldable phone internally codenamed Project Valley. Just last month, there were reports revealing some specs of the device - it was also revealed that the phone will be ready for unveiling in January 2016.
Now, a new report has revealed the list of markets where the handset will be launched. As per the report, the Project Valley phone will be available in the UK, Germany, Italy, Nordic countries, France, Poland, as well as Samsung's home country of South Korea. It was also revealed that the phone will carry a model number of SM-G929F.
The above list indicates that those living in the US are currently out of luck, although the possibility of Samsung expanding the phone's availability later on cannot be ruled out, the report notes.
Nice Samsung, you have the resources to pull this out. Can't wait for it.
may be 1000mHA battery phone,3 times charging per day.But best tech we hope better tech.
Gimmick or not! Fold or flip phones are not a new idea. Samsung is just incorporating old ideas into new tech. At present all touch screen mobiles just come as a slab only style.