Samsung is just a few minutes away from launching its world’s first Foldable smartphone, this smartphone has been certified in its own South Korean country of South Korea. Let us know that according to a report, the Galaxy X smartphone is certified from the model number SM-G888N0.
Let me also tell you that according to a report of LetsGoDigital, the National Radio Research Agency of the Communication Commission of Korea has certified this smartphone. Let us know that this certification in Korea is equivalent to the FCC. However, it has not been revealed yet that the ultimate design of this smartphone is going to happen.
In addition, the smartphone has received Bluetooth 5.0 and Wi-Fi Alliance certification. According to what we have found by Randers so far, the Galaxy X will be offered with “flexible” and “secondary” display.
Let you know that according to a recently patented patent the secondary display will work when the smartphone will be folded. In addition, there will be a section to bend the phone in the middle. With this there will be a physical home button on the front. According to the information recently revealed, the phone will come with Bluetooth 5.0 and Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow. Simultaneously, the smartphone is being spotted with two variants Galaxy X and Galaxy X1 codenamed.
In recent reports, Koh Dong-jin, chairman of Samsung Electronics’s mobile business, said the company is working toward releasing a 2018 smartphone with a bandable display. He further said that the company is aiming to launch a portable smartphone under its ‘Galaxy Note’ brand next year.