Speculation suggests that Samsung is planning to unveil a Galaxy Q mobile phone featuring two 5.3-inch screens.
In order to ensure users can comfortably carry the device around in their pocket, the handset will fold in half, Slashgear reports.
Advanced technology may mean that the displays blend seamlessly at the hinge to provide one uniform image, meaning a break does not compromise multimedia enjoyment.
An alleged GLBenchmark report published on MobileGeeks.de suggests that the smartphone will be powered by a 1.7 GHz dual-core processor.
The device could also feature eight and two-megapixel cameras, a 3,500 mAH battery and 2 GB of RAM.
Samsung's Galaxy range of mobile phones, like the S3 and the Note 2, utilise Google's operating system, so the Q model is likely to run Android Jelly Bean.
The handset could be unveiled officially at the Mobile World Congress (2013), which takes place in Barcelona between February 25th and 28th.
Posted by Simon Thomas