Samsung to launch the first of its kind, foldable smartphone
Samsung has been making some major headlines since the launch of its flagship Galaxy S8 and S8+. Leaks and reactions regarding the launch are now pouring in all over the internet, with some people claiming it to be a bit below their expectations.
Sometime earlier, sources claimed that Samsung would be launching the Galaxy Note 8 in September but now it looks that something else is going to steal the spotlight. Samsung is expected to launch a highly anticipated foldable phone which will be having its release before the launch of the Note 8!
The behemoth of smartphone industry got the Galaxy X name trademarked which shows the industry’s first fully foldable phone is finally approaching its release. With Note 8 now projected to be launched in the last quarter of 2017, the Galaxy X could be Samsung’s answer to the iPhone 8. ihpone 8 is also estimated to come with revolutionary features such as a prime 3D camera.
Galaxy X will be the first of its kind, a completely foldable phone as the image suggests. The handset it will be possessing swivel cruxes, right in the middle. Galaxy X will feature three biometric recognition preferences, the iris scanner, the fingerprint scanner and the palm print. Rest of the features like the RAM, storage, camera sensors and battery are yet to be disclosed.
Such features can easily be coordinated with the trade norms as bigger bands like Samsung and Apple are now taking into consideration value-added attributes in their phones like the new Artificial Intelligence assistant Bixby, viable edge.
Samsung launched its Note 7 one month prior to the release of iPhone 7 last year. This hasty conclusion resulted in the failure of research and design team to efficiently test the battery. This unimpeded battery was the main reason behind the explosions of the Note 7. However, this time Samsung seems to be taking its time as far as the Galaxy Note 8 launch is concerned.