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‘Samsung Galaxy X Specs’, Release Date: Leaked Video Revealed 4K AMOLED Foldable Screen? Dual-Camera, 3GB RAM, Micro SD Storage! [VIDEO]


Samsung has done spectacular innovations on their latest mobile flagship the Galaxy Note 7 and will continue to shock the world with their first ever foldable smartphone sporting in a 4K AMOLED screen! A rumored video revealed the Samsung Galaxy X specs and its possible debut in 2017.

A radical gadget from Samsung is set to shock the smartphone market next year as the Galaxy X is on its way. Digital Trends reported the possible features to be included in the upcoming mobile flagship and that includes the unbelievable foldable 4K AMOLED screen display. It's worth mentioning that Samsung is known as the first to introduce the AMOLED displays with vibrant color display in opposite to the mainstream LCD. And now, they are the first to bring innovation to the world's ultrahigh-definition resolution.

iTech Post revealed that Samsung has already filed several patents for foldable smartphones. The report claimed that the foldable phone will have two different features when folded and unfolded. In addition, the display screen will inhibit the Bio Blue 4K technology which is expected to be even brighter and clearer than the AMOLED display. Also, the report claimed that the Galaxy X will sport a dual-camera that could produce more colorful and detailed images.

Furthermore, when it comes to its core, Galaxy X is rumored to utilize the Snapdragon 620 for the processor and Snapdragon 820 or 830. These mentioned processors are built with Quick Charge 3.0 technology. Alongside the processor is the 3 GB RAM and storage which is mounted in a Micro SD Card.

As the competition in the market becomes stiff, innovation is important and Samsung is on its way to the center of the podium once again. If this newest mobile flagship of the Korean tech giant will be launched in 2017, other manufacturer must feel the pressure of coming up with another out-of-the box smartphone technology.

Watch the video below for more details about the Samsung Galaxy X.

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