Foldable Galaxy X: The Very-First Detail of Samsung's Revolutionary Smartphone RevealedBy Ann , UniversityHerald Reporter
It's been awhile since Samsung's patents hint at a foldable phone display and it seems that the revolutionary handset will come to fruition soon.
Foldable Galaxy X: Further Details
A recent report on Samsung's foldable phone suggests two codenames, Galaxy X1 and X1 Plus, as the upcoming new flagships. The information was initially founded in Weibo, a Chinese micro-blogging platform often becomes the go-to place when looking for accurate leaks. The post reveals two model numbers, Sm-X9000 and SM-X9050, running Android Marshmallow OS.
This may not make sense since Samsung could have pre-installed the latest Nougat instead of Android 6.0.1 but it is probably safe to assume that the said handset is still a prototype. Android Soul has come to believe that Galaxy X1 and X1 Plus are currently under testing in China.
Samsung testing Galaxy X1 and Galaxy X1 Plus in China, may launch two foldable devices - The Android Soul https://t.co/BGeTNQNroZ— Renato (@KZNRinat) January 10, 2017
Galaxy X Foldable Display Explained
It is nothing like a flip phone in the old days. Samsung's foldable phone will have a flexible display according to one of the patent's sketch, as reported by BGR. User will be able to flip the phone like a book and find a physical home button at the front panel.
Samsung Galaxy X1, Galaxy X1 Plus foldable smartphones leaked; here's everything you need to know https://t.co/qsvGoGOTAS— BGR India (@BGRIndia) January 10, 2017
Foldable Galaxy X Release Date
Tech analysts have doubted that Samsung could actually launch the foldable phone as soon as this year but WccFtech has learned that the South Korean giant will introduce Galaxy X in Q3 2017.
The bendable smartphone developed under Project Valley is said to squeeze high-end technology including 4K display, Snapdragon 835 SoC and a RAM as huge as 8 GB. Based on what Qualcomm's latest chipset is capable of, Galaxy X1 and X1 Plus could sport dual-lens camera.