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Samsung may very well have their first foldable phone very soon. The company who had unveiled a prototype since 2008 at the Society for Information Display (SID) exhibition say, according to reports, that they will two bendable smartphones out there, as soon as early 2017. 
The report, which originated from Bloomberg cites the ubiquitous “people familiar with the matter,” and says both devices will sport OLED screens. 
Details are somewhat sketchy, but from all indications it seems that one device will be a phone/tablet combo, whose 5-inch screen could be unfolded into an 8-inch screen. The other will be a phone that folds in half, not unlike a cosmetic compact (so, basically a flip phone but with a screen on both sides).
According to Bloomberg’s sources, Samsung might be preparing the launch of one or even both of these phones for next year’s Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, which typically takes place in late February. The phones, currently developed under the codename “Project Valley,” will not be a part of Samsung’s Galaxy S range. 
So we'll be on the lookout for more developments, but if true, then it is quite exciting.

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