Samsung Galaxy Q to come with foldable dual-screen display?

Samsung Galaxy Q to come with foldable dual-screen display?
We’ve been hearing about an alleged mysterious Samsung GT-B9150, aka the Galaxy Q, a device that is now rumored to be a bit too good for reality. Why? Well, it features a flexible display, but not the kind you imagine - think of a Kyocera Echo on steroids.

At least that’s what rumor says. The Galaxy Q is portrayed as having two displays that fold into one, and each of them features a resolution of 1920 x 1080 pixels. All of that is said to be coming at Mobile World Congress at the end of the month, but while we strongly doubt this, here is what the rumor says about this device.

The Galaxy Q will be powered by a 1.7 Ghz dual-core Exynos 5250 processor working along with 2GB RAM. It’s said to be equipped with an 8MP rear camera and a 2MP front camera, and runs on Android 4.2.1 Jelly Bean. Best of all, it comes with a huge 3,500mAh battery.

Do you believe this dual-screen weird device will actually get released by Samsung at MWC? And would you get one of those? Sound off in the comments below.

source: MobileGeeks via Android Authority

Samsung Galaxy Q to come with foldable dual-screen display?
Samsung Galaxy Q to come with foldable dual-screen display?

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12 Comments

1. blingblingthing

Posts: 763; Member since: Oct 23, 2012

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13. Nadr1212

Posts: 741; Member since: Sep 22, 2012

U know what they say, anything is possible.

2. emadshiny

Posts: 1144; Member since: Dec 05, 2012

what about the battery?? is that bendable as well?

9. PhenomFaz

Posts: 1236; Member since: Sep 26, 2012

Oh a device that is a 10 inch tablet and folds into a 5 inch Note....That would be the day :) Can we have MWC scheduled earlier please,....I am really finding it hard to wait!

3. ghostkilla1388

Posts: 50; Member since: Jun 11, 2012

Didn't sprint have a phone that had two screens like this? the echo i think, but it wasnt executed very well with a slow processor and low ram etc

4. timtimity

Posts: 196; Member since: Aug 13, 2012

I know it's not a phone, but this article reminded me of the Sony Tablet P. I like the idea of 2 screens seamlessly folding into one without the bezel in between them.

5. barbsman73

Posts: 8; Member since: Jan 06, 2011

we wont se it here, in the states for a very long time

6. downphoenix

Posts: 3165; Member since: Jun 19, 2010

Kyocera has a patent for something like this. I wonder if Samsung found a way to get around it or if they are licensing it from Kyocera.

10. Taters

Posts: 6474; Member since: Jan 28, 2013

Wow! That is ridiculously awesome if it had two 1080 P displays. The battery would die pretty fast but Nintendo might buy it off of them for the new DS and put in a fatter battery. If this is one of their experiments, then the GS4 will be absolutely sick. Too bad I can't buy a new phone for years. Sigh....

11. Twisted247

Posts: 282; Member since: Oct 12, 2012

They did show off the same"concept" at their keynote speech @ CES. So maybe it was done possible foreshadowing by Samsung. Remember the guy sitting at the bar witha bunch ofLED's flashing around his phone and the girl ignores him. Then the next fellow sits down and pulls a device out of his shirt pocket and unfolds it to double the display size.. That is exactly the way they said the flexible AMOLED displays would be used as well. Until the other parts can be flexible as well. But until then they said keep your eyes out for a bi/tri folding screen.

12. mydi.maus unregistered

IF THIS COMES TO LIFE WANT TO SEE A DROP TEST..

14. loken

Posts: 462; Member since: May 09, 2012

use this tech for ur xperia tablet p sony!

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