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Samsung Galaxy X1 and X1 Plus ( Foldable Phone ) More Details Leaked

This is going to be an awesome year for all those tech-poppers out there; we all know that the Samsung is working on a foldable phone that might be named as Galaxy X. Usually people tend to turn-on whenever a new idea emerges, they scoff at any flagship and here, Samsung has something to fuel it. Yes! It’s their flexi phones, Galaxy X1 and X1 plus! Samsung is actually trying to break the mould (hollow container) and put the real use of flexible display by making the whole phone flexible. The Bloomberg has also added to this rumors that they expect, one of the two devices would be able to fold into half like a cosmetic compact, to be like a 5-inch phone in the folded form, and like a 8-inch one, when unfolded.

Adding to all these, the leak came via Weibo post, also reveals a model number for these devices, SM-X9000 and SM-X9050. Already, arrays of rumors are doing rounds online, about this Phone. Like, the phone comes with a 4K display, and it uses multiple bio-metric forms including fingers, face, and palm.

It is said that the company is resolutely working on these two devices, which is code-named as ‘Project Valley’ and it is also speculated that the devices would be announced officially in the third or fourth quarter of this year.

Another interesting hypothesis about this phone is, it adopts a brand new design concept for a foldable handset, with a bendable display. This newly fabricated design, makes it the most extravagant and futuristic device that is hopefully released this year. The Galaxy X1 testing model runs on Android 6.0.1 named as Marshmallow. While the advanced Galaxy X1 plus is loaded with Android 7.0 Nougat.

Expected Features

  • Dual Sim, Wi-Fi, 4G
  • Quad Core, 2.1GHz processor
  • 4500 MAH Battery
  • Android v7.0/Android v6.0.1
  • Memory Card might not be supported
  • 16 MP Rear + 8 MP Front Camera

 

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