The smartphone foldable Samsung Galaxy X confirmed ?

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The latest to tow the line is Samsung with its new kind of folding smartphone.

Samsung has filed an application to the National Agency of radioslave Korea for the certification of the first bendable smartphone.

A Samsung phone with model number of SM-G888N0 has been NRRA.

As the current leading chip maker, having recently overtaken Intel, Samsung will want to make the AI capabilities of its next-generation chips widely available for use in all manner of devices and systems, once it commercialises them. That's pretty early. It's unlikely Samsung is all but ready to release the next big thing in smartphones.

A number of patents as well as Samsung's own concept video from CES 2013 tell us what to expect from the Galaxy X. Samsung is most likely to start small, with a smartphone that folds halfway like a wallet. The device has made an appearance in its home country South Korea in a filing. According to the leaked renders online, the device was certified for Wi-Fi in April and Bluetooth in August.

We now know that this hasn't happened, and Bloomberg is reporting that a foldable smartphone will debut under the Note brand in 2018. It already did this with the Infinity Display on the Galaxy S8 and Note 8, but it's going to be unveiling an even more dramatic change: a truly foldable smartphone. And then Samsung got distracted by problems with its finances, its executives, and then exploding phones. Indeed, after the debut of the Galaxy Note 8, Samsung mobile division head DJ Koh has been quoted to say that the foldable phone would make an appearance next year.

The South-Korean tech giant, Samsung is celebrating its anniversary and offering great discounts and offers on various Samsung devices. Previously called Project Valley, Samsung's technology has become known as the Samsung Galaxy X, which may or may not be its eventual name upon release.

All speculations point to Samsung being in the final stages of production for the Samsung Galaxy X with a launch date soon to follow.

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