The handset is apparently called the Samsung Galaxy X and now it looks like the handset has been certified in South Korea. All the smartphone lovers are eagerly waiting to know the specifications and features of the Samsung Galaxy X. It is the first bendable device from Samsung to come into the market.
While there's now little or no information on the major specs of the upcoming Samsung Galaxy X device, a particular listing we saw a few months back (with the same model number) revealed a Bluetooth 4.2.
It seems that Samsung is really making true its word that it will finally be making available one of its most hyped moonshot devices.
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On its website, the USGS said that it "cannot conclusively confirm at this time the nature (natural or human-made) of the event". Two seismic events recorded in North Korea were probably aftershocks from the state's missile test on 3 September, experts say.
The Samsung Galaxy X doesn't exist. The company announced about the Samsung Shop Anniversary Sale on Monday, September 25 and declared that the sale will continue till September 30. Samsung may unveil the Galaxy X sooner than we would have thought, a new report appears to indicate. The device has made an appearance in its home country South Korea in a filing. Samsung has now brought it to the Galaxy Note series as well with its Galaxy Note 8.
After the iPhone X was launched, many people cracked jokes regarding the launch of a similar Samsung Galaxy X phone. As always, it's recommended you install the update over a Wi-Fi network and make sure your handset has at least 50 percent of battery left before proceeding with the download. 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 mobile chief, Koh Dong-jin has indicated that a new Galaxy Note with a bendable screen will be coming in 2018, which could be the SM-G888N0. The idea has been around for a while as Samsung showcased a prototype with a flexible display four years ago. This might mean that the Galaxy X is close to production with an imminent launch at the end of 2017 or probably early 2018.