Samsung's foldable smartphone just received its final certification, may launch soon

Samsung's foldable smartphone just received its final certification, may launch soon

Samsung's foldable smartphone just received its final certification, may launch soon

While the NRRA listing of the device doesn't say anything about its release, a recent report quoted Koh Dong-jin, the president of Samsung's mobile business, as saying that the company may launch a foldable smartphone sometime next year. The leaks suggest that the company will launch the device at some time in 2018. According to Let'sGoDigital, a filing in the Korean National Radio Research Agency (NRRA) has shown a new model number SM-G888N0.

It is noteworthy that, in mid-spring, the same device was spotted during certification Wi-Fi Alliance, and at the end of the summer he was registered in the Bluetooth SIG. Looking at all these, we can see that something big is coming our way. Keeping up with its tradition of innovating in the display department, Samsung showcased a foldable display smartphone back in 2013 and announced its desire to make the phone a commercial product. We also do not know much about the name, but "Galaxy X" seems to be the popular consensus as of now.

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The rumor mill has revealed that Samsung's foldable phone is fitted with two AMOLED displays that are connected using a hinge with fold-out mechanism.

If there is one thing we've noticed that a lot of phone manufacturers do, such as Samsung, is that they tend to keep the better hardware and software features to its flagship handsets, meaning that if you're shopping on a budget, then there could be quite a few things you'll be missing out on. The foldable display had a resolution of 480X272 pixels not enough for a good smartphone.

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Koh had earlier hinted on design issues Samsung will be facing building the device, but the firm aims to launch the device next year. The company launched the Galaxy S8 and Note 8 this year, with no news on bendable smartphone to be heard.

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