A report from the other day suggested that Samsung’s series of foldable phones, the Galaxy X, could be unveiled in Q4 2017. The original report was based out of sources in China, and now according to a new report from Korea, it seems that we could be looking at a Q3 2017 unveiling instead.
However we guess despite the slight discrepancies in the rumors, we guess the consensus is that the foldable phones will be unveiled some time later this year. In addition to predicting a Q3 2017 launch, the report from The Investor also claims that Samsung is aiming to roll out at least 100,000 units of the Galaxy X to kick things off.
This isn’t the first time we have heard such rumors. In fact in the past several of these rumors have indeed pointed at a 2017 launch. We know that Samsung is working on foldable displays and in the past, they have shown off working prototypes. In fact devices like the Galaxy S7 Edge are a good example of how the company has managed to incorporate curved displays into its smartphones, so we guess foldable displays are next.
No word on what these phones will look like or how they are expected to function, but if the reports are true then 2017 will indeed be a rather exciting year for the company.
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