Latest News on Galaxy X
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Nov 08, 2018
Android will natively support ‘foldable’ smartphones to avoid fragmentation: ReportAs per Google, adding support for ‘foldables’ will take “as little work as necessary”.
Nov 01, 2018
Samsung patent reveals an HTC Edge Sense-like pressure-sensitive power buttonSamsung in the patent also describes the use of a pressure sensitive power button.
Sep 04, 2018
Samsung is reportedly selling its foldable display tech to Oppo, XiaomiSamsung has apparently had a closed-door meeting where working prototypes of the Galaxy X were revealed.
Aug 17, 2018
Samsung's foldable smartphone revealed in concept images and they look stunningThere is a foldable hinge in the middle of the phone is reminiscent of the Microsoft Surface Book.
Jul 26, 2018
What we thought was Samsung's Galaxy X could in fact be dubbed F for 'foldable'Samsung is rumoured to be work on a high-end smartphone series called the Galaxy F.
Jul 04, 2018
Samsung's foldable Galaxy X smartphone to come with a curved battery: ReportThe Galaxy X battery is foldable and its capacity could be anywhere between 3,000 mAh and 6,000 mAh.
Jul 02, 2018
Samsung to start manufacturing foldable OLED displays by summer: ReportSamsung is all geared up to begin production of its first batch of foldable OLED displays,
Feb 26, 2018
The bendable display sporting Galaxy X is not a gimmick, just want to ensure best user experience, says Samsung's DJ KohThough we did not see any glimpse of the Galaxy X at CES 2018 or at the MWC 2018, CEO DJ Koh has assured fans that the phone is not a gimmick.
Feb 13, 2018
Samsung's future Galaxy series flagships could come with a fully bezel-less display and an under-screen fingerprint scannerThe patent reveals that future Samsung flagships could not only feature completely bezel-less displays but also an under-screen fingerprint scanner.
Dec 01, 2017
Samsung files a patent that explores palm scanning for forgotten passwordSamsung currently offers eye scans, facial recognition, fingerprint identification, pattern and PIN codes as security measures.