At the tech trade shows Samsung kept making demo of foldable devices for years, but never was ready for launching any.
Presumably, that code refers to the Galaxy X variant that'll roll out in Samsung's home country.
With Apple's iPhone X launch now behind us and all of 2017's top Android smartphones having made their debuts, attention now turns to 2018.
The website further reports that the Galaxy S9 and S9 Plus will come with the same 8MP front sensor that is seen on their predecessors. Reports now are, that the South Korean smartphone manufacturer may launch the foldable phone alongside the 2018's flagship phones aka Galaxy S9 and the S9+.
Samsung's radical new foldable phone codenamed Galaxy X is in the news again, this time thanks to the company allotting a separate support page dedicated to the device. Dubbed Samsung Galaxy Experience Program, the trial will kick off in South Korea on November 21 and it will end on November 27.
To sum things up, the company will keep going strong with a flurry of devices, from smart clamshells and mini versions to foldable smartphones such as the highly anticipated Galaxy X. To start with, the Galaxy S9 will bear a model number of SM-G90F. However, we don't think Samsung will be using two standard display with a hinge in the middle. For an instance, the Samsung Galaxy S9 is likely to use a dual rear-facing camera, which will be nearly similar to that of the one found on the Samsung Galaxy Note 8, with one being a telephoto lens and a wide-angle shooter with optical image stabilisation on both the camera modules. However, Samsung hasn't revealed any details on the same yet.