Smartphone termination has turned Samsung’s foldable-screen smartphone into a Galaxy X, while the introduction of many flagships including Samsung has remained a month away.
How do we expect a Galaxy X in the light of what we have achieved so far? Next month, Samsung’s new flagship Galaxy S9 will be introduced. However, we can say that more Galaxy X rumors emerged from the Galaxy S9 in the last month. Everyone knew that Samsung was working on a foldable smartphone, but the information we have received over the last month gives important information on how the Galaxy X model might look.
Earlier rumors were that Samsung is working on a smartphone that folds out like the ZTE Axon M and can function as a single screen when it is turned on, with two independent screens. But recent rumors and emerging patent documents show that Samsung is working on a single 7.3-inch screen smartphone that can fold inside or out.
Since the Galaxy Note Edge, Samsung has already offered twisted OLED display smartphones to consumers. But the foldable screen smartphone will offer much more than that. Whether bordering or outdoors, the folding screen phone has to be twisted to the screen thousands of times and it needs to work smoothly. This is a very serious technological development.
According to LetsGoDigital’s estimates, the Galaxy X will have a screen that folds inward. The screen of the device will be 7.3 inches in size and lengthwise. The hinges on both sides of the phone make it easy to fold up and fold away almost everywhere other smartphones can fit.
Unfortunately, we do not have any hardware information related to Galaxy X so far. The only thing we know so far is that the Galaxy X will have a long, single screen and this screen will be bendable. The device will begin production towards the end of 2018 and will be available to consumers at the beginning of 2019. Of course, as the device is still in development, this information may change over time.