Samsung is tipped to unveil a pair of bendable smarttphones at Mobile World Congress next year, according to a report on Bloomberg.
Samsung has discussed the idea of flexible phones since 2014, and it seems that the firm is almost ready to take the idea mainstream.
Both handsets will offer bendy OLED screens, according to the report, and one will reportedly feature a folding clamshell design described as being like a cosmetic compact. The other will have a 5in screen when used as a handset that unfurls into an 8in tablet-sized display.
The smartphones, codenamed 'Project Valley', apparently won't launch under Samsung's usual 'Galaxy S' brand, so don't expect to be able to fold up the Galaxy S8 and shove it in your pocket.
Samsung declined to comment on the rumours.
The Bloomberg report doesn't tell us much else about the mysterious bendy Samsung devices, but it does add weight to previous speculation that the firm's next big unveiling will be the Galaxy Note 7, as opposed to the Note 6.
Talk of the so-called Galaxy Note 7 first cropped up last month. Apparently, confusion was caused last year when Samsung released the Galaxy Note 5 and Galaxy S6 Edge+ at the same time.
Samsung has now chosen to call its next big release the Galaxy Note 7, keeping it in line with the Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge.
Tipped to launch as early as July, the Galaxy Note 7 will reportedly be the first smartphone with 6GB of RAM, which is likely to be paired with the same Snapdragon and Exynos chip combo found in the firm's latest release.
It will also apparently be the first Samsung smartphone to ditch microUSB in favour of USB-C, hinting that it might launch alongside an updated version of the firm's Gear VR headset.
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