It should not be a matter of debate to assume Samsung has been the most innovative smartphone company lately. Moreover, so the matter of fact, Samsung has been working on its future product — Foldable Smartphone Samsung Galaxy X — for a while now. To be exact, Samsung has been working on it since 2013, as they had dropped the teaser on Foldable Samsung phone on their CES 2013 keynote.
Moreover, this week, Samsung accidentally listed mysterious device with the model number SM-G888N0 on their Korean support website, which is expected to be much-rumored Samsung Galaxy X.
As said earlier, the Samsung Galaxy X has been in garage work for a while now. Samsung Galaxy X has already got certification from the Bluetooth SIG, and from South Korea’s National Radio Agency. However, the recent listing on company’s Korean support website made things clear and confirmed this futuristic product is much closer to come to reality.
However, if speculated correctly, initially, the device is likely to see the pilot launch on Samsung’s home soil with 1,00,000 units being manufactured to weigh acceptance and manufacturing capacity. Revising the earlier rumors, alleged Samsung Galaxy X could ship with UltraHD 4K display with a diamond PenTile subpixel arrangement. This futuristic machine could feature a foldable wallet-like design, akin to the flip-phones of the mid-00s, but with more swag.
Rumours suggest, Samsung Galaxy X has two separate OLED displays, of which one is flexible. However, the support page where the device got listed doesn’t seem to have any confirming facts considering this dramatic industrial design.
The machine is expected to see the daylight alongside the Galaxy S9 and S9 Plus at the Mobile World Congress tradeshow on Feb ’18. However, we already have the internet getting flooded with renders and design for this rumored smartphone.
It would be interesting to the battles X’s; iPhone X and Samsung Galaxy X. But, if you are wondering, the world has already seen how the foldable smartphones could look like with ZTE Axon M.