Samsung Galaxy X to come with unique foldable display

Samsung Galaxy X
Samsung Galaxy X image: BGR

Some latest rumors suggest that Samsung is going to launch some five smartphones in the year 2017, the Samsung Galaxy X, the Galaxy S8, the S8-Edge, the Galaxy Note 7, and the Note 7-Edge. The Samsung Galaxy X is the most widely discussed upcoming smartphone because the sources say that it will feature a bendable screen.

Samsung is experimenting with the bendable screens ever since it won a patent in July 2015. The device is currently called the Project Valley. It will come with a 4K display with a PenTile subpixel arrangement.

Rumored features of the Samsung Galaxy X

The new bendable display in the Samsung Galaxy X will let users easily adjust the smartphone inside their pockets. Some sources claim that the device will look like a wallet, and the people will be able to fold it easily. It’s something new and exciting for the technology lovers that a company is going to introduce this kind of display on its smartphone for the first time.

Samsung Galaxy X will boast a Super AMOLED display technology with a really flexible OLED system.

It is noteworthy that a few months ago, rumors claimed that the bendable smartphone by Samsung will come in 2016, but now, new rumors are claiming that the gadget will hit the market in 2017.

There are not any details revealed about the camera, operating system, memory, and the other features of the Galaxy X. However, we may expect something different from the South Korean smartphone manufacturer.

Other expected Galaxy-branded smartphones in 2017

On the other hand, the world’s largest smartphone company is expected to unveil its Galaxy S8 and S8-EDGE in the first half of the year 2017. The devices are expected to come with a powerful Snapdragon 830 processor, a massive 1/1.7-inch image sensor, and a 4K smart High-Definition screen.

There are not many details about the Galaxy Note 7 and the Note 7-EDGE, but experts say that these two devices will come in the last quarter of the year 2017.

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