Samsung is ready to “give a blow” at the table of the lucrative market for smartphones with the launch of the first phone with folding screen, something that has been rumored for months and that increasingly takes shape. Now, new reports indicate that the Korean technological titan would present this disruptive gadget much sooner than previously thought.
As reported by Tech Times, the renowned “filtering” information Ice Universe published on Twitter alleged documents that would say that the official announcement of the device with folding screen, known as Galaxy X, would be as early as January 2019, this means it would be available even before the Galaxy S10, continuator of the S series, the most successful of the brand and current best-selling in the world.
Looking forward to you, Galaxy X pic.twitter.com/59axQ2mDcT
— Ice universe (@UniverseIce) February 28, 2017
According to reports, this calendar is adjusted so that the Samsung Galaxy X with folding screen can make its big debut during the Mobile World Congress of 2019 in Barcelona, scheduled for the last week of February.
We had already told them about the estimated price of this phone, the first of its kind, from Samsung but the new reports also say that the plans of the South Korean company include only manufacture between 300,000 and 500,000 copies of the Galaxy X.
Rumors suggest that Galaxy X will have a curved battery whose capacity ranges from 3,000 mAh to 6000 mAh. This, obviously, to be able to support the flexible design of the equipment. It is also expected to have a new Exynos processor, like the one that will have the Note 9 included.