Foldable Samsung Smart Phone Galaxy X
Samsung did not immediately respond to a request for a fold-able smart phone. It may Samsung will ship more than 100,000 units during the third quarter. The most interesting part of Foldable Samsung Smart Phone Galaxy X is, it can transform into a 7-inch tablet.
A Fold-able Samsung phone, a device would give you a smaller, more portable package to carry around. And it could essentially double the size of your screen.
As per the rumors code-named “Galaxy X” will reportedly have a display that faces outward when folded.
Design and Features
Design also presents technical hurdles, such as whether rigid parts, like circuit boards, will have to use a different internal configuration or be made to slightly bend as well.
Advantage of bendy plastic screens being developed by Samsung’s display division, the phone can convert into a 7 inch Tablet.
CPU or processor
Snapdragon 620 processor and another with a Snapdragon 820.
3GB of RAM
The report says Samsung may produce more than 100,000 of the “fold-out devices” after mid of this year.
It may the phone will look like the above concept device Samsung showed same as in 2014.
Fold-able phones are closer to becoming real than most people think. Samsung’s been working on foldable displays for ages as far back as 2008. In the same way the company’s display division showed off this working foldable OLED prototype:
Everyone is looking for Apple with the iPhone 8 later this year, but Samsung could be the one to unveil a new phone to knock everyone’s socks off.
As per “The Korea Herald”, Samsung is reportedly for real, this time planning to unveil a smartphone with a flexible display that folds open into a 7-inch tablet.
Samsung is not the only tech company planning to launch a fold-able Samsung phone this year. At the same time LG is also planning to produce more than 100,000 fold-able phones till end of this year.
Of course, Samsung will announce the fold-able phone later this year. Still some report says, Samsung may delay it if the technology is not ready for a consumer release.