Samsung is rumored to be developing a device that offers both a phone and tablet together

Samsung is changing the world of smartphones and tablets by putting them together in a foldable device. The rumored project is called Project Valley.

This isn’t the first time Samsung introduced the foldable smartphone concept to the public. Back in 2014, an ad was released to share Samsung’s idea of a ‘smartlet.’ But last March 2016, the patent for the device was made public, further fueling speculations that Project Valley is already in the works and after three years of development, it is gearing up for release in 2017. The phone measures 5 inches tall, but can offer a 7-inch display when unfolded. The phone offers a foldable OLED display and will come in two variants Snapdragon 620 and Snapdragon 820, according to SamMobile. Moreover, the said device will also have 3GB of RAM, non-removable battery and a microSD card slot.

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