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Samsung's foldable Smartphone

Samsung Could Reportedly Unveil a Big Screened Smartphone That Folds In half

The South Korean-technology giant Samsung could reportedly launch a big screened smartphone early next year 2016, according to SamMobile , this Smartphone will expand into a tablet and it will also fold into half to be able to fit into your pocket, isn’t that wonderful?

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The rumoured foldable SmartPhone might be released in two different modifications with a micro SD card slot and a none removable battery and also 3GB of RAM.

Samsung now experiencing a difficult time in selling their devices.

People have resorted to Apple’s iPhones and the cheaper Chinese phones which are flooded everywhere, that’s why its now coming up with this foldable SmartPhone which could help it to win the market once again.


Way back in 2008, Samsung had a event were it showed this kind of SmartPhone that folds in half as you see in the video above.

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