If Samsung’s Foldable Galaxy X Looks Like This, its a Big Failure

If Samsung’s Foldable Galaxy X Looks Like This, its a Big Failure. People are anxiously waiting for Galaxy S9, Samsung Flagship device to be launched soon. There are many rumors regarding Galaxy S9 however the most awaited and first ever foldable smartphone has remained in  mystery. Samsung’s foldable smartphone also known as Galaxy X has remained in rumors and smartphones lovers are waiting to see how the foldable phone will look like.

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Company has just revealed little details regarding foldable Galaxy X however recent Samsung patent shows that how the device actually looks like. Dutch site LetsGoDigital reveals that Galaxy X looks like more thinner Axon M.

If Samsung’s Foldable Galaxy X Looks Like This, its a Big Failure

Patent for foldable Galaxy X was registered with World Intellectual Property Organization shows that this smartphone has a hinge that joins two screens. It also helps phone to be closed.

ZTE’s Axon M keeps the screen exposed however it seems Samsung will protect the screen when closed. Galaxy X is expected to feature sensors that will calculate the angle between first and second screen. This sensor will also sense when the second screen is not in use and will turn display off to save battery.

The patent also shows that both the screens of Foldable Samsung’s phone has camera and speaker. Stylus is also afforded in Galaxy X which was included in Galaxy Note 8 as well. Gaming controls are also present on the screen which can be used when game is played on the other screen just like Nintendo 3DS.

Am not happy to know that the most rumored Samsung’s Foldable Galaxy X will be a dual screen phone. It also seems that we would not be able to see it early however lets wait for Galaxy S9.

Also Read: Samsung Galaxy X: A Foldable Phone that can Takeover iPhone X

Fizza Atique

Fizza Atique is a Tech writer specializing in the intersection of tech and culture. She likes photography, VR, electronic music, coffee, and baking.
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