Samsung foldable smartphone spotted getting certification yet again

  • Samsung foldable smartphone spotted getting certification yet again

Samsung foldable smartphone spotted getting certification yet again

Whereas, other smartphones like the Galaxy On7 and Galaxy On5 Pro are now available at Rs 6,590 and Rs 6,490. Also, the Wi-Fi Alliance comes with the same number of the model number.

It is speculated that there will be two versions hitting the production line namely Galaxy X and Galaxy X1. This indicates about the wireless technology that the device possesses.

According to rumours the screen resolution is expected to be 4K (3840x2160 pixels), ensuring that it remains high-res when folded. Given the fact that this could become the iPhone X's most serious opponent in the market, Samsung probably won't hold out too long before launching it.

Reports say the foldable smartphone is being developed under the codename "Project Valley", and that it could be released later this year or early next year. The rumor mill claims it will have a 5-inch screen with 4K resolution. Details regarding the foldable Samsung Galaxy X will probably start pouring soon. Samsung doesn't yet offer the 4K resolution on its smartphones.

The phones come with IP68 water-and-dust certifications, meaning it can survive five feet underwater for close to 30 minutes.

Samsung mobile chief, Koh Dong-jin has indicated that a new Galaxy Note with a bendable screen will be coming in 2018, which could be the SM-G888N0.

Samsung has been talking about the possibilities of foldable mobile devices as far back as 2012 when it boasted of its YOUM flexible OLED technology.

On Monday, industry sources told South Korean publication Korea Herald that Apple's biggest rival has already embarked on research and development of its AI chips. However, they are now facing some hardware issues with the manufacturing of the bendable OLED technology that might push the launch even further. The CES is not the most favorite place for smartphone vendors to unveil their devices.

Reports of a foldable phone from Samsung have been doing the rounds for some time now, and it seems we might be heading towards something more concrete this time.