The Galaxy X may be powered by the Snapdragon 835 processor.
Tech site GSM Arena were the first to spot the support page, which up until now is just about the only official information on the eagerly anticipated device. As the Galaxy S9 will arrive in February 2018 we think the Galaxy X smartphone will be introduced even before that date.
Samsung is gearing up to announce a foldable phone in the upcoming year.
However, one can not be sure as the official support page does not reveal any other information regarding the Galaxy X, reports GSMArena.
SAMSUNGSamsung has reportedly published a support page for its folding smartphone
The page was just found by our good friends at Mobiel Kopen.
Samsung Galaxy A5, A7 (2018) mid-range smartphones: All you need to know: -Samsung Galaxy A5 (2018), the mid-range Smartphone is all set to launch in India in the coming year and this gadget is coming from the South Korean electronics manufacturer.
Sadly, all this recent activity hasn't revealed too much about the bendable device or exactly when we can expect it to launch, though the N0 in the model number suggests it might only be released in Korea. This possibly means that the Galaxy X may also come at the same time - which is sometime around the end of February.
Smartphones aren't cheap. A good phone from Samsung or Apple, such as the Samsung Galaxy S8, Google Pixel 2 or the Apple iPhone 8 will set you back hundreds of dollars and a hefty contract. This includes the Wi-Fi Alliance, the Bluetooth SIG, and the National Radio Research Agency of South Korea. The name of this upcoming Samsung smartphone is allegedly Samsung Galaxy X. In fact, it's the best price we've seen yet on Samsung's brilliant 2017 flagship phone and will run until the end of Black Friday itself. One of these displays are said to be flexible, Lets Go Digital reported. In simple terms, the flip phone can be bend only on one side and will be using a multi-joint hinge.More news: Hariri arrives in Cairo for meeting with Sisi
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