Samsung’s 7.3 inch Super Premium Foldable Galaxy X is Delayed till December 2018


We are listening about the launch of foldable phones from years now and everyone is waiting anxiously to see how the new Galaxy X will look like. Previously we came to know that Samsung has finally managed to manufacture a foldable or bendable phone display and it will launch the prototype devices to by end of 2017. Samsung’s 7.3 inch Super Premium Foldable Galaxy X is Delayed till December 2018.

Also Read: Foldable Galaxy X is Causing Big Problems for Samsung

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. It seems that company is not able to make it real as new claims reveals that Samsung will manufacture its fodable Galaxy X in November and will unveil it in December 2018.

Samsung’s 7.3 inch Super Premium Foldable Galaxy X is Delayed till December 2018

However as time is passing y, we are getting more details of the flagship foldable phone from industry insiders. Recently it is reveald that Samsung’s first foldable smartphone will feature a massive OLED display of 7.3 inches.

As we told you before people will be operating first foldable phone like a book. It will look like a smartphone in general but when unfolded it will look like a tablet. TO me this is a major drawback. Samsung will use a technology like Apple’s 3D touch to its flagship Galaxy X.

There are also rumors thar Samsung will showcase its foldable galaxy X to investors in September. SO we can expect that Galaxy X will be unveiled at IFA 2018 tech trade event.

It is evident that Foldable Galaxy X will cost higher that existing premium smartphones that Samsung sells. This super premium Smartphone would be the first ever smartphone but only few countries will be able to get this phone.

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

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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