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Galaxy X: Long rumoured foldable Samsung phone could be launched very soon

However, Google's Pixel smartphones have received features like Google Lens with the help of improved camera processing, which means that Samsung can also attain success via enhanced camera setup and smarter software integrations.

Just because you see that the Galaxy is the first ever bendable Smartphone from Samsung, a device that's so intricate and may be seen as a limited edition launch before Samsung makes it en-masse.

Aforesaid, the Galaxy X product page went official earlier today, but sadly, it did not split any information about the smartphone, apart from the model number, which is SM-G888N0.

Samsung has been working on the specific functions of the foldable tablet as well as the hinge (the vertebrae) by which the "phablet" (phone/tablet combo) would operate. The support page does not give us any more details regarding the specifications of this revolutionary device, but it does indicate an official introduction will follow soon.

According to a new report from Let'sGoDigital, which earlier discovered the leak, the "No" at the end of the codename suggests that Samsung might not offer the device, which could be known as the Galaxy X, everywhere around the world.

The page was just found by our good friends at Mobiel Kopen.

Listed as the SN- A530N on the US Federal Communications Commission (FCC) media portal, the industry body that issues the license for smartphones and certifies the same, and the model number point out that it can be the gadget named as the Samsung Galaxy A5.

Next, we know that the Galaxy X will first launch in Korea, Samsung's home country.

Going by the rumours, Galaxy X will come with two displays of which one will be flexible. However, Samsung lately developed its proprietary experience and added face unlocking support to the Galaxy Note 7 back in August past year.

Also, the Galaxy X is said to be a high-end smartphone as well with features such as Snapdragon 845 SoC, 6GB of RAM, dual cameras, etc.



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