Published: Sun, March 19, 2017
Electronics | By Jesus Weaver

Prototype Of Foldable Smartphone To Be Unveiled By Samsung Later This Year?

Prototype Of Foldable Smartphone To Be Unveiled By Samsung Later This Year?

The Galaxy Book will be coming in two versions, one with a 12-inch display and one with a smaller 10.2-inch panel.

Could foldable smartphone from Samsung be unveiled soon? Several sources have affirmed it is set to be released on April 21, 2017. The decision has prompted a backlash among fans, many of whom say the position will force them to pick up the handset every time they want to unlock it and smudge the camera lens accidentally.

Samsung's Unpacked event takes place on March 29th and Express.co.uk will be there to bring you all the news as it happens.

Invitations have been sent to the press.

The company has yet to confirm any specific features of the new device, but a series of specifications have been leaked in recent months.

This was confirmed by one of the industry official whose identity is withheld with inside knowledge about Samsung Galaxy S8.

Leaks suggest the phones will be available in black, silver and violet colour schemes. It's claimed that the Galaxy S8 will have a 1000fps option, as opposed to Sony's 960fps feature. Nonetheless, the photo doesn't offer a lot of insight, and the phone looks rather tiresome.

The company, however, will not adopt dual-camera modules for the S8.

Noting further details about the availability, the smartphone manufacturer asserts that Samsung Galaxy Tab S3 will be available for pre-order starting today. The upcoming flagship tablet is full of surprises and innovation. While, as BGR notes, the worldwide version of the S8 differs from the USA version in that it uses Samsung's Exynos 8895 processor, the Exynos is expected to have comparable performance to the Snapdragon 835 used for the US market.

Generally speaking, phones use Random Access Memory (RAM) as temporary storage to juggle multiple tasks. It's probably some kind of a face or picture recognition scanner of some sort. It is indicated that the home button will be removed from the front part of the handset. Both phones feature an IP68 certification rating meaning that they can be submerged to as deep as 3.3-inches for as long as 30-minutes, and escape unscathed.

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