Samsung Will Launch A Flexible Phone To Take On The iPhone X

Samsung Galaxy X Foldable Smartphone a Step Closer to Launch

There is no shortage of rumors about a foldable Samsung smartphone.

The long-awaited smartphone with a foldable display has now been certified in Samsung's home market, South Korea. Samsung Mobile's own chief acknowledged on Apple's iPhone X day that Samsung is indeed working on foldable devices, teasing that the Galaxy Note 9 will have such a display. However, since it appears to be Samsung next big flagship launch with more new features, the device could be priced above the Galaxy Note 8. Whereas, other smartphones like the Galaxy On7 and Galaxy On5 Pro are now available at Rs 6,590 and Rs 6,490.

When it comes to the price of Samsung Galaxy X, there is not much clarity on that. Let us know if your are planning to get a Samsung product through the sale and stay tuned to Sid Tech for more tech updates. The device reportedly has received Bluetooth, Wi-Fi, and National Radio Agency certifications, meaning it's essentially ready for prime time. This might mean that the Galaxy X is close to production with an imminent launch at the end of 2017 or probably early 2018. Another mid-range phone on which the company has given a good discount includes Samsung Galaxy On Nxt. We've been anticipating for one since previous year when we were told the South Korean tech giant would release two phones with bendable screens and rollable display as confirmed by an executive.

Samsung Will Launch A Flexible Phone To Take On The iPhone X
Samsung Will Launch A Flexible Phone To Take On The iPhone X

We've heard the Galaxy X moniker earlier this year, in connection with Samsung's foldable phone plans. Indeed, after the debut of the Galaxy Note 8, Samsung mobile division head DJ Koh has been quoted to say that the foldable phone would make an appearance next year.

A year ago Sammobile reported that Project Valley would not be available globally at launch, but that the United Kingdom and Ireland, Germany, Italy, South Korea, Nordic countries, France and Poland were on the list. However, he has also warned that there are some technical challenges with the bendable display screen, and if they aren't resolved on time, the launch may be postponed.



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