Last year, Samsung surprised the whole world by announcing the Samsung Galaxy Note Edge featuring a curved edge screen on one its sides. This year it released the Galaxy S6 Edge and the Galaxy S6 Edge+ with dual edge curved display. In early 2016, Samsung is expected to unleash a new smartphone with foldable display.

Sam Mobile had previously revealed that the South Korean tech giant is working on a new smartphone that will not only come with a unique design and but also feature foldable dual screen. It is codenamed as Project Valley or Project V, G for Games reported, citing Weibo.

The report further stated that the Project Valley handset will available in two internal storage options. One of them will be featuring the Snapdragon 620 chipset whereas the other one will be coming with the Snapdragon 820 chipset. Both the handsets will be featuring 3 GB of RAM.

samsung-seamless-folding-amoled-design Samsung is testing the foldable display for its upcoming flagship. Photo: Phone Arena

The Samsung Project Valley is expected to come with support for microSD slot. However, it could feature a non-removable battery. According to reports, Samsung has been consistently testing the foldable display by closing and opening it numerous times to ensure that the display does not deteriorate while folding it.

The company is also rumored to be working on two editions of the Galaxy S7, one featuring a 5.2-inch display whereas the other one featuring a 5.7-inch display. Phone Arena said that the regular version of the Galaxy S7 will be fitted with 5.2-inch screen and the other variant will be a premium handset with a foldable display of 5.7-inch.

The Samsung Galaxy S7 is also rumored to arrive in two CPU versions namely, the Snapdragon 820 SoC and the Exynos 8890 chipset. Both the handsets are likely to arrive with 3 GB of RAM.

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