In recent years, the trend in smartphones has been increasingly large display screens that help make our texts, photos and emojis聽pixel perfect. But fitting a mammoth-sized聽resolution into a pint-sized pocket can be tricky 鈥斅爑nless you manage the聽physics-defying feat of聽folding your phone. Rumor has it that Samsung may be making the impossible possible聽with the first聽commercially available smartphone that folds in half to fit into your pocket.

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SamMobile, a Samsung mobile blog, first reported聽that Samsung鈥檚 new phone with a foldable display is rumored to be offered in two varieties that both聽include聽3GB of RAM, a MicroSD slot for plenty of storage and a non-removable battery. The main difference between the two models would聽be in their deployment聽of one of Qualcomm鈥檚 newest and fastest processors to help curb your digital cravings as soon as they hit. One model would use聽the Qualcomm Snapdragon 620, and the other the Snapdragon 820.

If anyone can bring the mind-bending concept of a bending phone to reality, it might be Samsung, who first introduced the concept of a foldable display at the 2013 Consumer Electronics Show. The聽Galaxy S6 edge already featured a pretty impressive聽dual-edge curved display聽that聽the new foldable phone could one-up if brought to consumers.

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The new phone is rumored to be available as early as January 2016 in South Korea.聽Although pricing of the new phone is unknown, we have a feeling that early adopters should聽be willing to fork over a few Benjamins before folding this聽phone away into聽their pockets.

Is Samsung鈥檚 foldable phone the beginning of a new聽mobile revolution? Let us know in the comments below!

(h/tSammobile)