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Samsung Galaxy X Would be The World First Foldable SmartPhone


The Korean Company is ready launch the worlds first foldable smartphone, possibly as soon as next year. Analysts covering Samsung Electronics said  the company plans to release a Galaxy-branded “foldable” device, next year.

Some have wowed it fans  with their fantastic releases in their Galaxy Model. The Samsung is ready to wowed people next year. Samsung has been working on foldable displays for a number of years, and the South Korean giant might finally be ready to showcase its first completely flexible smartphone in 2019.

Below We will have all we know of the First Foldable Phone.

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Samsung’s foldable phone Samsung’s Project Valley foldable phone

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Galaxy X designs

Galaxy X designs
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The Phone which has been dubbed the Galaxy X or “Treble Eight,” While Samsung may well be the first smartphone manufacturer to launch a phone with a foldable screen. In May, The Bell reports that Samsung has changed the name of its foldable smartphone project, and is referring to the Galaxy X under the code name “Winner.”

Why the change in moniker? As The Bell points out, the change in name could be to signify moving from development to actual manufacture — in essence “Project Valley” was the name of the research that begot the “Winner” Galaxy X smartphone. That’s obviously a good thing — a code-named smartphone means that development is very likely now, and we could soon be seeing an actual working version of the Galaxy X.

This has been in the cards for some time. Samsung it made reference to flexible and folding screens several times in its end-of-2017 financial report, discussing short- to midterm advancements in mobile, and its intention to “differentiate its smartphones by adopting cutting edge technologies, such as foldable OLED displays.”

Samsung hasn’t been shy about the Galaxy X’s existence. The smartphone’s model number — SM-G888N0 — was posted on a support page on Samsung’s site, and while the page is currently empty and lists no other information, it’s not the first time we’ve seen the number appear. The phone’s model number (with “N0” reportedly denoting that it’s for the South South Korean market), was also listed on documents for Bluetooth testing. Then it was referenced in Wi-Fi certification from the Wi-Fi Alliance and in filings submitted to the National Radio Research Agency of the Korea Communications Commission.


The Foldable  Phone won’t come at an inexpensive price. Kim Jang-yeol, head of analysis at Golden Bridge Investment, says the phone could reportedly value the maximum amount as 2 million won at release, Korea Times reports. In the U.S., that converts to about $1,850 — that makes it even costlier than the iPhone X.


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Foldable samsung-galaxy X Credit : LetsGoDigital

The Korean Times also spoke to Park Hyung-woo, an analyst at Shinhan financial in South Korea, who said the smartphone is about to launch next year. This corroborates past reports from The investor that Samsung was prepping the Galaxy X for production and ultimate release in late 2018 or early 2019. Other rumors suggest that the Galaxy X will be shown off in February 2019, at Mobile World Congress. While it’s unclear when the public will be able to see the Galaxy X’s final look, Park said Samsung plans to show the device to U.S. and European mobile carriers at next year’s Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas. Even though past rumors claim Samsung apparently already showed off the Galaxy X in a private eventat CES 2018.

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Galaxy X designs

Galaxy X designs
Via : Patent Mobile

The company first introduced the concept of a foldable display at CES 2013 and supposedly showed its first foldable phone prototype in a private meeting at CES 2014.

report from ETNewsshowed Samsung intended to begin production of a prototype phone in the third quarter of 2017, in order to “verify quality of foldable smartphone by producing thousands of prototypes.” They missed that target, but most sources are still adamant that Samsung is going ahead with the phone, and will be monitoring the quality of the prototypes internally — and will likely begin producing a consumer version of the phone if prototypes hit the mark.


Galaxy X designs

Previous speculative Galaxy X designs

The most recent report comes from the Korean Times who spoke to Park Hyung-woo, an analyst at Shinhan Financial in South Korea. Park believes the Galaxy X will have two inside panels forming the 7.3-inch screen when the phone is unfolded, along with one outside panel to use when it’s folded.

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Foldable samsung-galaxy X

According to Korean news site The Bell, the final design for the Galaxy X foldable smartphone has been tentatively confirmed. In a surprise to absolutely no one, the Galaxy X will apparently be using OLED panels in its construction — but what is notable is the number of them. According to The Bell’s report, the Galaxy X will feature three 3.5-inch OLED panels: two that form a massive 7-inch screen when unfolded, and a single one on the rear of the device that allows for the phone to be used when folded. If such a design is accurate, we could soon be adding a device with a 7-inch screen to our list of the smallest smartphones — not something we thought we’d be doing.

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Galaxy X designs FOLD

Galaxy X designs

Galaxy X designs FLAT

The Screens will be without bezels, like the ones used on the Galaxy S8, may be used to create a seamless, one-screen look. A recent patent confirmed that Samsung is experimenting with even more bezel-less phones — possibly even a completely bezel-less front with an under-display fingerprint sensor. If the Galaxy X was to pull this off, it could usher in a new era of smartphone design.

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On November 9, 2017, Sammobile released a whole host of images that appeared to show the Galaxy X. A previous patent from Samsung Display was registered with the United States Patent and Trademark Office at the end of September 2016. The diagrams included are dated mid-June and show a clamshell-like device that resembles a makeup compact, folding out into a traditional rectangular smartphone shape.

Before this, a different patent filed by Samsung showed how a folded and unfolded Galaxy X might operate. As Patently Mobile reports, a user could touch an icon on the edge area of the phone so that the app will be open once the device is unfolded. Multiple user profiles would also be displayed on the edge, allowing multiple users to enter passwords to access information from the device’s edge.

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