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Samsung Galaxy X: features and rumors of the flexible or foldable mobile phone

Samsung Galaxy X: features and rumors of the flexible or foldable mobile phone

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On November 7, Samsung unveiled its first flexible mobile phone or flip phone with a 7.3-inch screen, but did not say it would be called Galaxy X or Galaxy F.

Screenshot by Juan Garzón / CNET

The Samsung Galaxy X is the next step for Samsung to introduce a new series of mobile phones with a lot of innovation, which goes beyond what we Galaxy S9, Galaxy S9 Plus and Galaxy Note 9.

Although many expected the mobile phone to be the first flexible mobile phone or the first foldable phone, reality was ahead of time. Royole FlexPai to become the first flexible or foldable cell that can be purchased.


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Name: Galaxy X, Galaxy F or Samsung Infinity V

For years, rumors have indicated that the Flexible mobile first (or foldable phone) from Samsung it would be called Galaxy X, but this year Galaxy F appeared as another possibility and only a few days ago we heard that the name could be called Samsung Infinity.

Although Galaxy X and Galaxy F have been rumored by several projects and leaks from the company, the name Samsung Infinity V It was a trademark of the company and many thought it would be called that.

However, the company announced the "Infinity V" screen (just like Infinity U, Infinity O and New Infinity) and gave us the first glimpse of its flexible mobile phone, a reflection of a V-shaped eyebrow. , Infinity V is thrown away as the official name.

Galaxy X: release and price

Since the beginning of 2013 we have expected that Samsung will introduce the Galaxy X, the company's first flexible mobile phone.

Koh Dong-Jin, the highest boss of Samsung, confessed that there are plans for the Galaxy X mobile during CES 2018 earlier this year, but he also said: "It is difficult to talk about the release date now."

"We want a good response from consumers when the phone comes on the market, but there are still sustainability issues that we are trying to solve," said Dong-Jin at CES, according to The Korea Herald.

Despite these comments, the publication of ETNews claims that Samsung could launch the Galaxy X by the end of 2018 or early 2019.

The company presented its flexible phone in its developer conference (Samsung Developer Conference 2018) on November 7 and unveiled the new interface called One UI (practically the same as Android Pie for the Galaxy S9 and Galaxy Note 9), as well as the way it would work, and a foldable screen (and flexible) of 7.3 inches in the middle called Infinity Flex Display and an 4.58 inch external OLED screen.


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The 7.3-inch screen is on the inside and bends when you close the phone, while the other is on the outside. At this time it is not possible to use the two screens, but if you use the big screen, the small screen will be turned off when it is unfolded and the big screen will turn off to turn on the small screen when you fold the cell phone. .

Although we already knew a bit about this flexible Samsung mobile phone, the company has not confirmed the launch yet and has only said it expects it to be launched in 2019.

Regarding the price, Samsung has not announced anything, but it is logical to expect that the Galaxy X is more expensive than the Galaxy S9 and the Galaxy Note 9. Even, rumors have said that the Galaxy X or Galaxy F would cost up to more than US $ 1,500.

Galaxy X: Features and specifications

  • Large screen: 7.3 inch (Infinity Flex Display)
  • Aspect ratio: 4.2: 3
  • Resolution: 1,536 x 2,152 pixels
  • Density of pixels: 402ppp
  • Small screen: 4.58 inches (AMOLED)
  • Aspect ratio: 21.9
  • Resolution: 840×1,950 pixels
  • Density of pixels: 320 dpi
  • Operating system: Android Pie with the One UI interface
  • 5G: Not at the moment, but it can change

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