There’s foldable phone concepts and then there’s the Samsung Project Valley model. One such example is the concept phone/tablet. Designer used all the leaked foldable handsets seen so far to make them into a pretty looking set of renders.
This is a foldable and unfoldable device, that behaves pretty much like the map you keep in your car or a big leaflet. It can fold like an accordion and become a handset or unfold into a big tablet, with no visible hinges. Specs are overkill here and the designer envisioned 12 GB of RAM inside, plus a dual back camera with a 32 MP and 12 MP sensor.
A 9000 mAh battery is also here, plus 256 GB of storage or even as much as 512 GB. Gorilla Glass 6 protection was also included, plus Tizen OS for some reason. The screen is the core feature here, a Q Dot OLED panel with 4K resolution, that’s able to fold easily and without damage. There’s also an iris scanner. Samsung is barely getting into curved screen tablets.
When put flat on the table, it’s a perfectly solid tablet, with curved edges and it even gets an area typical to Edge models on the side. Excellent vision for the future devices!