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Codenamed "Valley" for many years, Samsung's foldable smartphone project now carries a pompous "Winner" alias, reportedly eyeing a February 2019 public announcement. The more conventional Galaxy S10 could see daylight in January.
Samsung's first foldable phones may still need time to improve component yields and generate proper market demand before seeing daylight.
Samsung definitely still has a foldable smartphone in the pipeline, and so does LG, both companies currently gunning for H2 2017 launches.
The world's first foldable smartphones, manufactured by Samsung, are more and more likely to go official early next year, in two innovative form factors.
The Galaxy Note 6 isn't even here yet, but that doesn't stop rumor-mongers from, well, mongering about possible 2017 Samsung flagship releases.
Early 2016 or 2017? How about the second half of this year as the ETA for the highly anticipated, long overdue first foldable Samsung smartphone (s)?
It doesn't sound like the rumored Samsung foldable phone will be some hard-to-come-by special edition model, not according to the latest source.
Based on a Samsung trademark application for mysterious Turtle Glass technology, one could speculate Gorilla Glass will leave the Galaxy S7 equation.
A Samsung foldable smartphone, the world's first of the kind, could break cover in January, with Snapdragon 820 or 620 processing power, and microSD.