Next year, Samsung Electronics is expected to release a good number of smartphones with top-quality features. While many are expecting the Galaxy S9 with the brand new Snapdragon 845 chipset or the Galaxy Note 9 with under display fingerprint sensor, there is also the “Galaxy X” with a foldable display. News out of Korea suggests that only 100,000 units of this smartphone will be produced. Now, some concept images of Galaxy X display has surfaced online.
Some weeks ago, ZTE released the Axon M foldable dual-screen phone which uses a similar concept as the Galaxy X but the Axon M has a setback because there is a “small” gap between the dual screen. As of now, Samsung Galaxy X’s software UI is at an advanced stage and it is expected that the South Korean tech giant will overcome the shortcomings of Axon M and create a foldable smartphone whose dual screen can join together to form a perfect single screen.
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See more images of the concept display below
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