Based on a new report from The Wall Street Journal, Samsung is apparently working on a long-rumored smartphone which will be released in January 2019. The Samsung’s first Fordable Smartphone is named Samsung Galaxy X which is codenamed “Winner” will have a gorgeous 7-inches biggest screen and will fold in half like your wallet. Amazing?
“The Samsung Galaxy X will be landed on shores in January 2019. Plus Samsung has solved a big problem, has reportedly created a curved battery which is suitable for Galaxy X – with a capacity of around 6000mAh”.
The Journal further says Samsung will announce its foldable smartphone in January 2019 (as mentioned above). Samsung Galaxy X will also have a little display on the front that’s only visible when it’s folded in half. How much will it cost? The Galaxy X is most likely cost around $1,500. This time around, Samsung’s most expensive smartphone is “Samsung Galaxy S9 Plus” but so soon “Samsung Galaxy Note 9” will be.
For several years, rumors swirled about Samsung’s foldable smartphone “Galaxy X”. Patents have suggested that Samsung Galaxy X will be closer to the size of a tablet when you’ll fold it and would be thicker as compared to most recently released smartphones. It’s also most likely that any foldable smartphone Samsung manufactures will have limited availability to start, a tactic which has already worked for Samsung in the past.
It was 2013 when Samsung released its first curved display smartphone to select Asian markets just to learn from its mistakes to wow a larger population. Later, Samsung released another smartphone called “Galaxy Note Edge” which has a single curved edge and it wound up serving as the blueprint previously released curved-display devices.
However, Samsung’s Fordable Smartphone “Galaxy X” isn’t only a device on the horizon. Samsung is all set to blow the market on August 9 with its much-awaited and greatest Samsung Galaxy Note 9. Sources told TheITInfo, Samsung to release an Apple HomePod (Samsung’s smart assistant, Bixy) competitor around the same time which will set you back around $300.