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Finally, Samsung’s Foldable Display Smartphone probably making a debut at IFA 2017!

Foldable Display Smartphone

We have heared rumours about Samsung’s venture for a Foldable Display Smartphone long back but never really got any report which states when the brand might bring it. But, finally here we have a latest report which says that SamMobile most probably introducing the Foldable Display Smartphone at the IFA 2017 this year and we can’t be anymore excited! 😀

Last month, fancy rumors began circulating on the web that Samsung was planning to launch a pair of devices with this technology later this year, although exact release timing was still up in the air. As we move forward into the year, this timing is starting to become a little more clear with new rumors and reports that Samsung will officially debut this foldable smartphone during Quater 3rd 2017, possibly for an IFA 2017 unveiling.

The Foldable Display Prototype

Though, We’re not completely sure if this rumor has legs to stand on, coming from the hit-or-miss ET News who mentioned last month that Samsung would be showing off foldable prototypes in February, something that never came to fruition. It’s entirely possible that Samsung was planning on teasing their foldable smartphone during their Galaxy S8 Unpacked event — something that got pushed back away from MWC — and that’s where the wires got crossed. Who knows. Damn…

What we do know is that IFA kicks off September 1st in Berlin and if Samsung is planning on showing off their first foldable smartphone with a flexible display. So we are now waiting for the S8 and the Foldable Display Smartphone from Samsung to gain back all the lost name with the Note 7. Best of Luck Sammy, we are with you! 🙂

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