The Galaxy X is rumored to be the code name for the world’s first foldable smartphone featuring Google’s Android OS. According to ET News, it will have a 5-inch display when folded and 7-inch display when fully opened. The Samsung Galaxy X is also rumored to feature a 4K display resolution.
Rests of the specs are still unknown but Samsung is expected to launch Galaxy X in 2017. Stay tuned for more updates.
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“Because the bezel-free display currently sells well, we still have enough time to develop foldable display. The technology is expected to be mature around 2019,”
said Kim Tae-woong, Samsung Display’s principal engineer, at the Display TechSalon held in Seoul.
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According to Koh Dong-Jin, president of Samsung’s mobile business, Samsung is expected to launch a smartphone with bendable OLED display in 2018.
Koh said: “As the head of the business, I can say our current goal is next year. When we can overcome some problems for sure, we will launch the product.”