Ahead of clearing the Bluetooth SIG certification, Samsung Galaxy X has again popped with another news on the internet. Ever since the South Korean tech giant was rumored to bring a foldable smartphone, the entire tech industry started looking forward to receiving more leaks about the device. It now seems the South Korean fans have been luckier enough in getting one more leak about the much-anticipated- the Samsung Galaxy X. The latest report surrounding the release of the device indicates that Samsung’s next Galaxy smartphone may be a South Korean exclusive handset.
With Galaxy X, Samsung seems to bring the golden age of mobiles when foldable phones ruled the tech world. However, this news may dishearten fans who are looking forward to getting their hands on Galaxy X. If the reports are anything to go by, the Korean tech company is anticipated to manufacture only 10,000 units of the device. Not only that, the tech geeks might get down in the dumps after listening to this. Galaxy X will be a limited edition and thus it may not receive a global release, as per the report claimed by Gizmochina. Hence, it’ll be a test device that would land only for the South Korean fans.
Nevertheless, the hope of receiving Galaxy X worldwide may come true to us in the year 2019. As per the news so far, Samsung Galaxy X is pegged to get released in 2018, if and only if it overcomes all technical glitches. From our report (as mentioned here), the device is expected to flaunt a dual rear camera module. The handset is also rumored to feature organic light-emitting diode (OLED) panels and can be folded up to 180 degrees. Although there is no further confirmation on the launch date, the tech universe awaits an imminent launch of the device. Until then, here’s the waiting for further updates.