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Samsung Foldable Phone Project V Leaked Online – Cancelled Project

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Last year, ZTE launched a foldable smartphone called the ZTE Axon M. While the smartphone was not a commercial success it was one of its kind. One of the other smartphone manufacturer who was rumored to bring a foldable smartphone to the market was Samsung.

Though the company had shelved its Foldable smartphone project called the Project V way back, the Samsung made foldable smartphone was leaked in pictures. As tweeted out by a tipster, A foldable Samsung smartphone with model number SM-G929F was leaked in photo.

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The model number is similar Galaxy S6 Edge and the Galaxy S7 and as the clock widget on the home screen shows 7th January, Wednesday, we can safely say it was developed in 2015. The smartphones looks like the Samsung Galaxy S6 but came with a thick overall form factor.

Recently according a report, Motorola is also working on a foldable smartphone. One of the main issues with a foldable smartphone is the big thick bezel between the displays for the bending mechanism. Motorola smartphone seems to have solved that and will bring a unique foldable smartphone.

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While we know that Samsung has shelved its Project V, but Samsung has not left the race to bring a commercial foldable smartphone to the market. Samsung is the industry leader when it comes to displays and we can expect Samsung to come up with a foldable smartphone really soon. Stay tuned to Sid Tech for latest tech news, deals, reviews and more.

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