Samsung is reportedly working on a foldable smartphone, which could be launched in the market by January next year.
Dubbed Project Valley, the foldable smartphone is said to be currently under testing with two hardware configurations that include the use of Snapdragon 620 processor or Snapdragon 820.
A concept video of the rumoured device hints at the pocketbook like foldable smartphone which would come with 3 GB of RAM, a micorSD card slot, and a non-removable battery.
As Samsung Galaxy has long rumoured to be testing the Snapdragon 820 chipset, the purported foldable smartphone could as well serve as the test bed for the new processor, reports Samsung Mobile.
With a history of manufacturing the world’s first Super Amoled display in 2010 and the world’s first dual-edge curved display, with the Galaxy S6 Edge this year, a foldable smartphone, if launched, the move would yet again place the South Korean giant ahead of its competitors.