You must already know that Samsung Galaxy X foldable smartphone will be released in 2018?
Still thinking that the Samsung Edge screen is fantastic? Samsung is getting ready to launch an even more fantastic product very soon! The company has been trying to design a flexible display for a long time, and we'll soon be able to see this tech miracle with our own eyes!
Here's what you should know about Samsung Galaxy X!
1. Is Samsung Galaxy X going to be a hybrid?
The hybrid model alone is said to have been reduced from 8" to a 7" foldable display. And the phone display is supposed to measure within the 5"-5.5" range. Obviously, Samsung is working at several gadgets simultaneously.
Since the innovative device will be launched under the Galaxy Note brand, we can predict that it will feature an S Pen stylus like the Galaxy Note 8.
2. Samsung Galaxy X specs: surprise us!
Some sources claim the Samsung Galaxy X is going to have a whooping 4K resolution display. However, it's not a highly realistic prospect. It's more likely that the device will feature 5.7", 1080p OLED display (386 ppi) with an automated arm control. This type of screen was demonstrated at SID Display Week 2016.
It is rumored that Samsung Galaxy X will run on Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 chip, but Samsung hasn't corroborated that info yet. Another report claims that Galaxy S9 will be the first to receive this chipset.
There are predictions that the foldable gadget will sport a dual camera similar to upcoming Google Pixel 2 and Phone 8. The latest Samsung's model – Galaxy Note 8- was the first Samsung smartphone to feature a dual-camera.
This foldout device will pack a fingerprint-, iris- and face-scanner similar to other Samsung flagship smartphones.
There are also rumors that Galaxy Note 9 and Galaxy X will both feature Samsung's fingerprint sensor built into the screen.