First foldable smartphone by Samsung may go official at CES 2019

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According to South Korea’s newspaper The Bell, Samsung ’s rumoured foldable Galaxy X smartphone may launch at MWC in February of next year. In addition to this, some reports have also claimed about Samsung ’s plans to launch the Galaxy S10 lineup in January at CES 2019. However, a reliable source which holds a consistent track record on leaking accurate information of upcoming Samsung devices has claimed that the company has swapped the launch venues of these devices. The company hasn’t released any statement related to its Galaxy S10 lineup till now as it is currently focused on the Galaxy Note 9 that is slated to go official on August 9.

Samsung Galaxy X

The foldable Galaxy X  carries a codename “Winner”. The phone is expected to come with a fold-in design and three 3.5-inch OLED screens, one screen is on the outside of the phone and other two on the inside. When two screens are open together, it creates a larger 7-inch display. The advantage of a fold-in design is that the phone can be used even when the other two panels are folded. This smartphone would be a dream smartphone for any tech enthusiast if along with its unique design, it also features best specs  that any other flagships offer in the market right now.

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Leaked image of Samsung S10 (Credits: Ice Universe)

In the latest report, The Bell, claims that the S10 won’t feature an iris-scanner. Instead, it’s said to feature a face-recognising 3D-sensing camera and an in-display fingerprint sensor.It is also expected to have complete bezel-less Super AMOLED display. Apart from this, it will also feature the latest Snapdragon 845 chipset and will be running on Android 9.0. There is nothing much to say about it right now but we will be giving updates about the Samsung ’s upcoming devices Galaxy X and Galaxy S10 so keep following us.

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