Rumored Samsung Galaxy X foldable phone spotted again


Samsung's foldable smartphone has been amidst in rumours for quite some time now.

The Galaxy X smartphone is also anticipated to carry the model number SM-G929F and will supposedly be released in the UK, Italy, Germany, Poland, Nordic countries, France, Ireland and South Korea.

The NRRA filing doesn't provide any insight into what the Samsung Galaxy X, or SM-G888N0, can actually do. At present this is belived to include the Galaxy Note 9, but also an entirely new device dubbed the Galaxy X, which according to new information has been granted official certification in Samsung's home nation of South Korea.

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Samsung's patent drawings in the past have revealed that the Galaxy X would be an extra-widescreen device. A January launch date just seems to be ideal for the foldable Samsung Galaxy X. Samsung doesn't yet offer the 4K resolution on its smartphones.

So far, the G888 received Wi-Fi and Bluetooth certifications, which is only to be expected from any device that has such wireless abilities. Samsung has been working on the new display technology for years under the code-name Project Valley.

We now know that this hasn't happened, and Bloomberg is reporting that a foldable smartphone will debut under the Note brand in 2018. With the latest festive offer, Samsung fans can grab Android flagship Galaxy S8 or the S8 + (4GB RAM) for as low as Rs. 53,900 (against MRP: Rs. 57,900) or Rs. 60,900 (against MRP: 64,900). The arrival of Samsung's foldable phone suggests that the company would soon begin the trend of launching flexible smartphones. The speculation arrives via The Korean Herald, which claims that Samsung has already begun research and development on the AI chips and is seeking to commercialize them "in the next few years". DJ Koh who heads the mobile division of Samsung has confirmed recently confirmed that it would be debuting a foldable smartphone next year. However, he added that the new display technology was facing technical challenges that, if not resolved in time, could push back its arrival.