The Samsung Galaxy X is the next step for Samsung to introduce a new series of phones with great innovation, beyond what we can expect in the Galaxy S9 and Galaxy Note 9.
Galaxy X: Release and Price
Since early 2018 we have expected Samsung to introduce the Galaxy X, the company’s first flexible cell phone.
And, is that year after year, there are rumors that the Galaxy X will finally be launched, but so far it has not happened.
Koh Dong-Jin, Samsung’s chief executive, confessed that there are plans for the Galaxy X cell phone during CES 2018 earlier this year, but he also said: “it’s hard to talk about the release date now.”
“We want to have a good reaction from consumers once the phone comes on the market, but there are still durability problems that we are trying to solve,” Dong-Jin said during CES, according to The Korea Herald.
Despite these comments, the ETNews publication claims that Samsung could launch the Galaxy X by the end of 2018 or early 2019.
Because Samsung has not confirmed a release and it is the first generation of a new series, the price is totally unknown. However, it is logical to expect the price of the Galaxy X to be higher than the Galaxy S9 and the Galaxy Note 9.
Galaxy X: Features, Specifications, and Design
In the same report of ETNews, the publication ensures that the Galaxy X would have a folding screen of 7.3 inches.
The screen could be the most important novelty for users, since it would double in half, using the flexible OLED screens that the company has implemented in different generations of Galaxy S and Note phones, with some improvements.
The mechanism that would allow bending the cell phone would be located on the side edges of the Galaxy X, in vertical mode, but the company presented in 2013 a concept of a phone that became a tablet and folded horizontally.
Over the years, rumors had indicated that Samsung could integrate two screens that would combine to provide a unified experience, but the latest rumors suggest that would screen with great flexibility and the other components in half the cell also They would offer a bit of flexibility.
However, we hope they are similar to the Galaxy S9 and Galaxy Note 9 if it is launched this year or early next year.