Another Samsung Innovation
Samsung is a well-known firm for bringing new innovations in the smartphone technology. Accordingly, Galaxy S8 and Galaxy Note 8 sets a new standard for the infinity displays and had been received too many positive reviews from the Samsung fans. Well, after a grand success, now Samsung is stepping up efforts to produce and all set to release its long-rumoured foldable smartphone, the Galaxy X in its home country, South Korea. The Galaxy X speculated to be called a foldable display smartphone and has reportedly get NRRA certificate in South Korea.
Approved NRRA Certification
To be precise, the new smartphone with the model number SM-G888N0 has just received a certification from the National Radio Research Agency (NRRA) in South Korea. The NRRA listed the phone as radio equipment for global LTE communication. However, the device with the same model number had also been received the Bluetooth and Wi-Fi alliance certification.
All new Galaxy X
Apart from the fact that the Galaxy X is going to be a foldable smartphone, Samsung hasn’t made any announcement about this upcoming smartphone. As per the various reports, the upcoming models would be released by 2018. Whatever it seems to be, the device will be launched initially in the South Korea, before making it way to other territories.
Only few more months to wait!
Moreover, 2018 will probably be the year of the bendable/foldable display screens; the biggest treat is given by the Samsung. It is very much glee to note that, the Galaxy X is the first device with the bendable panels and sports much wider screen than the Galaxy S8’s 18.5:9 screen resolutions.
Overall, the Galaxy X will be features like an OLED screen and has even rumoured to have the capable of morphing into a tablet when fully unfolded. Hope, the upcoming model Galaxy X will soon see the light of the day at any time in 2018.