Samsung Galaxy Q to Feature Foldable Display, Debuts in 2013?

The idea of foldable and flexible smartphone screen from Samsung is nothing new. We’ve been hearing rumors about the technology for a while, though we’ve yet to see an actual product utilizing the technology. This might be changing beginning next year with the introduction of the Samsung GT-B9150.

So what is the GT-B9150? It is a 5.3-inch sAMOLED HD Dual display device that runs Android and will likely officially be called the “Samsung Galaxy Q”. The rumor mill suggest it will run on an EXYNOS 5250 processor and will have 2GB of RAM. Other specs are believed to be an 8MP back cam, a 2MP front cam, NFC, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth and a 3500mAh battery.

If this proves to be true, this could be huge news. We’ve heard about flexible foldable displays for a long time but we have to realize the dream, yet. What’s the big deal? Basically you get a smartphone when you need it and a tablet when you need more screen real-estate.

Would you consider a flexible phone or not? Do you think it will come out in early 2013 or will yet another delay keep the technology out of public hands?

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  1. Roberto Tomás says:

    the displays appear too different. they have different color responses — which should never happen with OLED — are you sure that video is the amoled and not an LCD mock-up?

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