After introducing dual-edged displays in its recent flagship devices, Samsung is now expected to showcase foldable smartphones by early 2016. According to a SamMobile report, that quotes a Chinese technology tipster (via Weibo), and its own internal sources, Samsung's foldable display project is titled "Project Valley" and is in the testing phase. The device is said to incorporate the more recent Qualcomm Snapdragon 820 SoC.

SamMobile hints at the existence of another foldable display Samsung device comprising of a Snapdragon 620 SoC under the hood. The smartphone will reportedly feature a MicroSD card slot (unlike Samsung's current dual-edged flagships), and a fixed battery, apart from 3GB RAM.

Other aspects such as the underlying technology beneath foldable displays, and the commercial launch/release date of such devices are yet to surface. There is no official word from Samsung, either.

Galaxy Note 5

Samsung recently released the much-expected Galaxy Note 5 as a sequel to its popular Galaxy Note 4 large-screen smartphone. Although it was initially rumoured that the device would not be available in Europe, recent reports indicated that the handset will come to select EU countries, but the launch timeline is unknown.

The Galaxy Note 5 will also be available in the US and Canada and a host of other countries. Click here to view the full list of these geographical regions.