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Samsung Galaxy X with foldable display passes another certification, Arriving soon

Just like Apple's i-phone X has been trending, the Samsung galaxy X is the latest device that has got the mobile industry buzzing. And guess what; The device comes with a foldable screen.

According to Android Guys, the Samsung Galaxy X was spotted at a Bluetooth certification listing and South Korea's NRA certification event. The Samsung Galaxy X is said to come with a model number SM-G888N0 and is being called as 'Project Valley' internally.

Though, nobody knows when this device would be finally launched, but the most important thing is that we are now sure Samsung's latest smartphone is on it's way. I don't really go by rumours, but it is being speculated the device may be launched next year.

Reports by Associated Press earlier this month, Koh Dong-jin, president of mobile business at Samsung Electronics seemingly confirmed that a foldable smartphone is coming next year (2018). It was also mentioned that the smartphone will arrive under the Galaxy 'Note' branding.

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More so, there has been news that Samsung is facing tough times in putting finishing touches to the smartphone's bendable display. You and I knows if this problem isn't solved, the device would not be released anytime soon.

"As the head of the business, I can say our current goal is next year," said Koh. "When we can overcome some problems for sure, we will launch the product."

Although, Samsung did not state what the exact challenges are in making the device's bendable screen.Samsung back in 2013 showcased prototype devices with bendable displays, calling it 'Youm'.

Well, whatever time that is needed for this gadget to get past all certifications and hurdles is well worth it. I can't wait to lay my hands on this device you know.


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