The Samsung Galaxy X mobile features a 5.0″ (12.7 cm) display with a screen resolution of Full HD (1080 x 1920 pixels) and runs on Android v7.0 (Nougat) operating system.
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The device is powered by Quad-core (2.4 GHz, Dual-core, Kryo + 2 GHz, Dual-core, Kryo) processor paired with 6 GB of RAM. As far as the battery is concerned it has 4000 mAh.
Over that, as far as the rear camera is concerned this mobile has an 18 MP camera. Other sensors include a Light sensor, Proximity sensor, Accelerometer. So, does it have a fingerprint sensor? No, it doesn’t.
For graphical performance that can make games run smoothly, this phone has got an Adreno 540 GPU.
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We could have recently gotten our first real look at the Samsung Galaxy X – or Samsung Galaxy F, Samsung Galaxy Fold or Samsung Galaxy Flex as it might be called – at the Samsung Developer Conference.
Samsung revealed something huge: its first foldable screen, which opens clamshell-style and flattens out for a tablet-sized display. The Infinity Flex Display, as the tech is called, is an entirely new direction for Samsung smartphones that requiredthe development of new materials and processes to make it functional.
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Our clearest look yet at the possible Galaxy X comes from Samsung showing off the Infinity Flex display it will be using. It’s a clamshell design that can be unfolded to provide you with a big tablet screen, or folded down to more of a smartphone size.
Prior to that, in November 2017 we got a look at the possible interface of the Galaxy X, revealing a familiarly Samsung UI, but where each half of the display shows a different screen, rather than just making everything bigger or smaller.
This interface was shown in a patent, which also gave us another look at the possible design of the phone, showing something with a laptop-like design, but a second screen where the keyboard would be.
The announcement of the Galaxy F seems to be on schedule, as in early 2018 an industry source claimed Samsung would likely start producing the phone – which will apparently have a 7.3-inch display – in November 2018, with a launch likely in December or early 2019. That matches what DJ Koh has since claimed.
However, given that we only just got a partial look at the phone, a proper launch in early 2019 seems more likely than December.
But apparently, prototypes of the folding phone had already been shown off behind closed door’s back at CES 2018, which took place in January.
Meanwhile Samsung’s Q4 2017 financial results included claims that foldable OLED panels and phones could be a big money-maker for Samsung in 2018 and beyond – which is yet more evidence that the Galaxy X is coming soon.
In May 2018 we heard that Samsung had apparently changed the phone’s codename from ‘Valley’ to ‘Winner’ and that the final handset will be made up of three 3.5-inch screens, which can be opened out to tablet size or folded like a book.
Apparently, the screens for this device will be ready by November 2018 and Samsung has created a curved battery for the phone with a capacity of between 3,000mAh and 6,000mAh.
That claim is at odds with a newer rumour though, which says the phone will actually have two 3,100mAh batteries, for a 6,200mAh capacity in total. Either way, though it sounds like the Galaxy X will have a lot of juice.
Recently we’ve also heard that the Samsung Galaxy F – which could be the launch name for the phone – will have 512GB of storage, dual-SIM support, and the model number SM-F900U. Apparently, the firmware is also in testing, which suggests it’s coming soon.
Another source meanwhile has said there could be either 512GB or 1TB of storage along with 12GB of RAM.
Additionally, the Samsung Galaxy X might have a triple-lens rear camera according to one source. They say that it will offer similar performance to the rumoured triple-lens cameras on the Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus, and that it will include a super wide-angle lens.
Another report, this time out of the Wall Street Journal, says that the internal name for the phone is the Samsung Galaxy Flex, so that also could be what it launches as.