SAMSUNG PREPPING THE PARTS OF ITS FIRST EVER FOLDABLE SCREEN-EQUIPPED SMARTPHONE
Since last two years, countless news have been floating around about Samsung’s first ever foldable smartphone. Leaks have suggested that the South Korean giant would name this device as Galaxy X.
Now a new report emerging from Korea has revealed that Samsung has already started preparing the spare parts of Galaxy X and the device would be launched in the fourth quarter of this year.
According to the report, nearly 3 thousand prototypes of the Galaxy X would be made in the first half of this year. Apart from this, the report didn’t reveal anything about the specification of this handset.
Besides this, we have also got our hands on some latest rumors that share some disappointing information. According to latest rumors, Samsung might not use a single OLED foldable display, but two OLED display connected with each other on a hinge.
Further, as Samsung has made a lot of patents related to foldable display, we can expect a real foldable display in Galaxy X. Well, this will only be cleared when the device will be launched. Meanwhile, we would suggest you to read it with a pinch of salt.