There are rumours that the first Samsung device to make use of the flexible display technology will be the Samsung Galaxy Q with the model number of GT-B9150 instead of the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 or Galaxy S4. There was mention of this handset in October of last year and then the rumours died down. Now the device has resurfaced and there is the chance of Samsung revealing it at the MWC, which is to be held in Barcelona. Rumours about the flexible displays have been going around for some time, but this would be the first handset to offer the tech.
A bendable display is fascinating and along with the tech could come a display with a resolution of 1920 x 1080p. it has been rumoured that the handset could have two 3 inch displays, which would give a total of 6 inches. Specs are thought to include the Exynos 1.7 GHz dual core processor, an 8 megapixel camera, 2GB of RAM and a 2 megapixel camera on the front. The device could run on the 3500mAh battery, while the handset could have Jelly Bean 4.2.1 on it.
The model number did show up in benchmark tests, which showed other Galaxy devices and so it may be that the Samsung Galaxy Q will actually come out. We could possible see the device at the MWC in prototype form, however more than likely Samsung will want to reveal on its own at an event dedicated to the device.
Samsung will be a large attraction at the MWC and it will be here than fans of the company hope to get at least a glimpse of the Samsung Galaxy Q. There were rumours going around that the Samsung Galaxy S4 or the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 could be the first handsets to have the flexible display, however the Samsung Galaxy Q could beat them to it.