Flexible Samsung Tablet Rendered Images and Specs Leak Out

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Looks like we will be seeing the first flexible devices coming from Samsung in the near future, if these renders and specs are correct of course. At CES, Samsung showed off some flexible OLED displays, and even showed a brief video on where they plan on taking the technology. Now supposed leaked specs and render images have come out, so let’s take a look at what is under the hood.

Specs

  • Full HD 1920×1080 display
  • 1.6 GHz Exynos 5 Octa processor
  • 2 GB of RAM
  • 16/32 GB of storage
  • 3MP front camera
  • 8000 mAh battery

Pretty decent specs. Nothing to get too excited about, but it is not really about how powerful the tablet it is, but how it looks. I personally like the sleek design in the render, but who knows if this will be what they look like. Let us know what you guys think about the render.

Source: Android Guys

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  • davey0728

    Why would ANYBODY want this…stupidest thing Sammy has eve made. Just stick to making super powerful, slim tablets and you’ll be good. Why spend all this time & money on a tablet screen you can bend at a 30degree angle? STUPID!

    • SocalTeknique

      Considering its just a “render” why be closed minded like that? The bottom part can be used as a virtual track pad and keyboard, music/movie controls and task switcher without interrupting what’s going on on the main screen when in kickstand mode

  • FILA

    basically serve no purpose unless it was a bigger screen, which makes a bigger folded half enough to get a keyboard on there. be cool if that keyboard half had those bubble keys to make it more key feel to it.

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