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Samsung bringing foldable smartphone; will it be a game-changer?

Samsung bringing foldable smartphone; will it be a game-changer?

Samsung may unveil a game-changer device next year which can be a 5-inch smartphone when folded and turn into a 7-inch tablet when opened.

Samsung may unveil 5-inch foldable smartphone next year

Samsung may unveil 5-inch foldable smartphone next year

South Korean smartphone maker Samsung may unveil a game-changer device next year which can be a 5-inch smartphone when folded and turn into a 7-inch tablet when opened, a media report said.

Samsung to launch two new smartphones

Samsung Electronics will launch two new high-end smartphones in next six months.

Samsung launches flaghip 'Tab S' in India

The device will be available in two screen sizes - 8.4 inch and 10.5 inch - priced at Rs 37,800 and Rs 44,800.

Samsung plans to launch a 13.3-inch tablet

South Korean electronics giant Samsung is reportedly planning to launch its largest 13.3-inch tablet along with other two tablets.

Samsung Galaxy Note 510 tablet with 8-inch screen launched in India at Rs 30,900

The 3G-enabled tablet is powered by Android Jelly Bean OS and runs on 1.6 GHz quad-core processor.

Samsung, US researchers working on ‘mind-control technology’ for tablets

South Korean teach giant Samsung is reportedly working on a mind-controlled tablet that would changed the way we interact with our electronics.

Samsung Galaxy Note 8.0 finally out of box!

After many speculations and image leaks, Samsung finally unveiled its Galaxy Note 8.0 on Sunday, a day ahead of the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona beginning on February 25.

Apple again loses Dutch bid for Samsung tablet ban

Apple again lost a bid on Tuesday to have Samsung tablet computers banned in the Netherlands in a Dutch appeals case over infringing copyrights of its iPad tablet computer.

Samsung Elec confident of meeting 2011 tablet target

Samsung Electronics Co, which is locked in a legal battle with Apple over mobile device patents, is confident of meeting its 2011 tablet and handset sales targets, the head of the firm's mobile division said on Monday.