Samsung to unveil foldable smartphones soon?
One of the Samsung smartphones will have a dual-screen, while the second model will come up with a single flexible OLED display. Samsung will start with limited editions and then up the production after gauging the interest surrounding the technology.
Leading smartphone manufacturer Samsung is planning to come with two foldable smartphone models. Smartphone experts expect that the new Samsung phones will enter US market early in 2017.
According to latest reports Samsung may unveil new foldable smartphones in the CES in January or at the Mobile World Congress (MWC) to be held in February 2017, but Samsung is yet to come with an official comment on the launch of foldable smartphone.
Specs, design of Samsung foldable smartphones: One of the Samsung smartphones will have a dual-screen, while the second model will come up with a single flexible OLED display. Samsung will start with limited editions and then up the production after gauging the interest surrounding the technology.
Samsung may launch the first generation foldable smartphones that are inward-folding. The company may also come with Samsung’s outward-folding Smartphones having flexible displays also.
The new models will have flexible displays wrapped on the front and backside of the smartphone, Samsung experts said. The new smartphones will be unveiled at one or different venues, added experts.
Samsung will launch both smartphone in limited editions only and gradually increase the production after studying the initial response from smartphone customers.
Samsung experts said, the company has planned launching the foldable and bendable smartphones for a while.
In November, tech world got leaked images of Samsung models showing images of the smartphone’s from various angles, which has been named Galaxy X or Project Valley. It is rumored Samusung plans to improve its market standing and boost sales of smartphones after the Galaxy Notebook fiasco hit it's sales globally.
The company faced a major PR debacle following the debacle as many airlines banned the use or recharge of Samsung Galaxy that led to a drastic fall in its sales.
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