We already know that Samsung is working on a foldable phone (internally dubbed Project Valley), and we've also seen some possible designs. Last we heard, there were rumors of it launching in January this year - that obviously didn't happen. Now, it looks like the device won't be coming this year.
A new report from Samsung's home country of South Korea is claiming that the company will start mass-producing foldable displays by end of this year, with foldable smartphones arriving next year.
The report notes that Samsung's foldable device would be a 5-inch smartphone in folded form, and would become a 7-inch tablet when un-folded or opened. Past rumors have suggested that the company is testing both Snapdragon 620 and 820 for its Project Valley smartphone, while RAM will be 3GB.
the day a phone can detect if your face looks like money or the day when a phone knows if you're still happy in your life or you're just living for money, get a job and your company will print a payslip for you
VERY interesting. If it folds like shown here like an address book size and opens up, that's kinda neet. Save potential screen scratch and compact. Not a fan of Samsung and touch Wiz at all but kudos for something new
never been/will(be) an apple guy their devices has some good points Yes but it's only a little compared to the bullnutella they describe it