It has been said that Samsung has been working on a lot of new stuff and plans to introduce a lot of new smartphones and tablets this year. It has been said that Samsung has been working on the Samsung Galaxy S4, Samsung Galaxy Note 8 and Samsung Galaxy Tab 3.

But now there might be another new entry in this list. Recently at CES 2013, Samsung showcased their new Youm display. This display is a new type of display that is foldable and flexible. And Samsung might be ready with their first foldable smartphone – the Samsung Galaxy Q. And we might get to see this new smartphone at the Mobile World Congress in February this year.

Samsung Galaxy Q

Samsung Galaxy Q would be the first smartphone that will offer a foldable and flexible display. In the year 2008, Samsung had showcased a prototype of a foldable display device. But during that time, it seemed that a lot of work has to be done if that device was to be made usable by customers.

The Samsung Galaxy Q which might have the model number GT-B9150 is very likely to be showcased at the MWC. There have been reports about GLBenchmark testing a device with this model number and hence experts think that this device might be the Samsung Galaxy Q itself.

This smartphone might have a 6-inch screen with two 3-inch displays. Instead of a quad-core processor, this smartphone might have a 1.5 GHz dual core processor. It will have a 2 GB RAM and a high performance battery of about 3500 to 4000 mAh since it has to power both the screens. An 8 MP Primary Camera and a 2 MP Secondary Camera is very common in Samsung smartphones now.

Hence it seems that there might be not one, not two, not three but FOUR devices that Samsung will showcase at the Mobile World Congress this year.

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