Once again rumour surfaced of Galaxy S8 Foldable OLED Screen. Yes, it seems like everyone got wind of the Galaxy S6, and Galaxy S7 curved edge display models. In the meantime, what we all seemed to forget is that Samsung has been dealing with “real flexible display screens” for numerous years now. From time to time, the company turns up and modify; we know it has plans because it is said so before, introducing an actual foldable display device using versatile OLED at the earliest possible chance.
Galaxy S8 Foldable OLED Screen
Now we’re inside 2016, and a new report from Korean source news declares that Samsung is preparing mass-production of Galaxy S8 Foldable OLED Screen by the end of this year, with the aim to modernise potentially phones designs around these panels inside 2017. It is stated allegedly that this is the very first designed smartphone which can be reveal into a 7-inch tablet. Dubbed “Project Valley” the prototype is thought to be undergoing screening with Qualcomm Snapdragon 620 and 820 chips with 3GB of RAM.
It is an exciting possibility that we’ll see a hybrid phone-tablet next year. Nevertheless, it’s vital to remember this shall be the earliest version of such innovation. The Galaxy S8 Foldable OLED Screen Concepts have been designed before based upon a far more flexible future, where other internal parts such as the battery and processor are also versatile; permitting a gadget that can bend and fold in any direction. That is not likely to happen with this preliminary of gadgets, as the only tech that is ending up being flexible is the screen – we anticipate a smartphone which features a flexible screen however which is based on a solid body containing the solid processor and battery tech, similar to other existing mobile phones.