Samsung Galaxy X Latest Teaser Shows Foldable Handset With Three OLED Panels

It is a known fact that Samsung is about to launch the Samsung foldable handset. Rumored to be the Samsung Galaxy X or Samsung Galaxy S10, the alleged handset was speculated to have two OLED panels. Few rumors further state the device to be the Note model.


The recent rumors suggest something different and suggest the screen to have three OLED panels instead of two. Two of those OLED panels are of 3.5-inches, thus resulting in a 7-inches display when unfolded. This size is almost equal to the size of iPad Mini. Rumors also display another OLED panel that pops up only when the device is in Phone Mode. While working in the tablet/Laptop mode, the third display will be hidden at the rear end.

The device is said to be working in two different modes- Phone mode and Laptop mode. In Phone mode, the Samsung Galaxy X will be running on Android and in Laptop mode, the alleged handset will automatically switch to the Windows 10 probably the lighter version. It will be powered by an Exynos 9820 processor accompanied by 8GB RAM and 256GB internal storage. On the rear end, the device packs in dual rear camera setup of 16MP and 12MP with 3D capabilities. The handset will be fuelled by a 4500mAh battery. Since nothing is official, we recommend to takes are all these rumored Samsung Galaxy X specs with a pinch of salt.


While it is teased that the Samsung will launch the handset at MWC 2018, but the rumors are still rolling in the air about the Samsung Galaxy X release date UAE. The latest rumors claim the device to be launched sometime in 2019. Along with the South Korean giant, other top rivals like Apple are also rumored to be working on the foldable device.

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