[RUMOR] The bendable Samsung phone might be coming to market soon

Foldable Samsung Galaxy smartphone receives certification in South Korea; expected to release in 2019

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Samsung typically hosts a launch event for new smartphones in the first quarter of each year, showcasing the handsets at Barcelona's annual Mobile World Congress tech tradeshow.

After the launch of iPhone X, Samsung chief told that their company is working on foldable devices and indicated that the Galaxy Note 9 might possess such type of foldable display.

The foldable Galaxy X phone missed its rumored Q3 launch and certainly did not come out ahead of the Galaxy Note8. Some are calling the device the Samsung Galaxy X.

One of Samsung's devices with model number SM-G888N0, has been spotted on the Korean National Radio Research Agency (NRRA). Whereas, other smartphones like the Galaxy On7 and Galaxy On5 Pro are now available at Rs 6,590 and Rs 6,490. A January launch date just seems to be flawless for the foldable Samsung Galaxy X. Back in 2013, Samsung presented its idea of flexible, bendable and rollable screens at CES 2013. The phone has also received Bluetooth 5.0 and Wi-Fi Alliance certification from the same NRRA before this. Further, the last two alphabets - "NO" is believed to denote its exclusivity to South Korea, at least for the moment. With the latest festive offer, Samsung fans can grab Android flagship Galaxy S8 or the S8 + (4GB RAM) for as low as Rs. 53,900 (against MRP: Rs. 57,900) or Rs. 60,900 (against MRP: 64,900). Over the years it earned an unofficial nickname, "Galaxy X", but no concrete details have emerged except for a wonky concept video.

Previously unearthed patent drawings show the Galaxy X design with a huge and wide touch display which folds out from a clamshell design. It'd be surprising to see Samsung unveil the phone in the coming months because we haven't seen any leaks.

Not much is known about the Galaxy X, except that it will have a foldable screen. He also admitted that perfecting the technology was a formidable challenge and unresolved technical issues could cause the release to be delayed. "When we can overcome some problems for sure, we will launch the product", Koh had said.

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