Samsung Galaxy X Foldable Series Phones To Show Up At MWC 2017 Live

Samsung might showcase a set of foldable smartphone from its Galaxy X range at this years Mobile World Congress (MWC 2017). Reportedly, it was given fact that Samsung has been working on bring back a foldable displays for years now and also filed multiple patents as well. Recently, a few month ago renders of the purported Galaxy X foldable prototype surfaced online. Now, it seems like the Korean giant might ready to kickoff its first foldable smartphone in 2017. Here are the details.


Foldable phones are coming, it’s only a matter of time, it looks like Samsung could be the first company to commercially launch one – possibly a soon as this year. With the myterious Samsung Galaxu X being the subject of several bendable leaks, foldable patents and flexible rumors outed.

In fact, there is a big difference between foldable and flip phones, and that is the flip have an attachment with the hardware and the foldable one is purely varying on the structure and layout which can be more flexible. How Samsung will promote its foldable Galaxy X series is to be seen once they are introduced. Also Read: Is This What Samsung’s Foldable Phone Look Like [Design]


The Galaxy X foldable smartphone is expected to land in around design with a hinge in the center. As per the latest development, the Korean electronics might introduce their first kind of foldable smartphones and foldable panels to its customers and not to the general public at MWC. Samsung might be looking to unveil two foldable products that bend panels inwards and out-foldable products that bend panels outwards. Also Read: Samsung Rumored To Release Galaxy X With Foldable 4K Display In 2017


According to the Samsung patent filed under circumstances, the smartphone will have an under-fold, that doesn’t fold exactly in half. Rather allows a portion of the display to be exposed so that a user will be able to access key apps faster and see notifications at a glance. Furthermore, Samsung is also expected to back their physical Home button and capacitive buttons as well.


Finally, the words above written on paper or online doesn’t matter, because the aforementioned information is not authentic any more, we can only recommend take that note with a pinch of salt for now.

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