After being quiet for a while, Microsoft seems ready to join the bandwagon of foldable smartphones.
The Redmond giant has not released a phone in months, but journalist Brad Sams has suggested it will be releasing a foldable smartphone by the end of next year.
Titled Andromeda, it will work as a hybrid transforming between tablet and smartphone modes.
Microsoft is said to be experimenting with ARM-based chips, but it is not clear if it will go with Qualcomm or Intel.
However, on the software front, reports have suggested the phone will probably run a full-fledged version of Windows instead of long-dead Windows phone OS.