Samsung’s First Foldable Smartphone Said To Be 7.3 Inches And To Go Into Production In 2018 With

The latest rumor or leak on Samsung’s first foldable tablet phone or dual-screen smartphone now says that Samsung decided to say yes to the product in November 2017, and that it may be launch in December 2018 or early in 2019. These news comes out of the South Korean news ETNews, who says that their industry sources have informed them that the foldable displays will be developed by March, with … more…

Samsung Galaxy X Now Looks Like A Dual-Screen Smartphone Not Foldable Tablet After Interface Leaks

The much respected Samsung Galaxy tracking site Galaxyclub.nl in The Netherlands did some proper journalistic digging this week and came up with several examples of interfaces from the patents for the upcoming Samsung Galaxy X, one of Samsung’s first foldable mobile devices. But instead of being a foldable one-screen tablet that can flex and fold in the middle, the latest evidence suggests that Samsung Galaxy X will be a dual-screen … more…

Foldable Samsung Galaxy X Phone/Tablets Certified?

Samsung SM-G888

Samsung have been working on foldable tablets/phones for years, on and off at various stages, and while two models technically could have been launched at the start of the year, Samsung were soon rumored to wait until the market shifted a little while their technologies also matured more, and there were even talks of postponing the developments of the devices because of reshuffles within Samsung. Since then, the first real … more…

Samsung Galaxy X – Samsung’s First Foldable Tablet Phone Hybrid Trademarked?

Samsung Galaxy X - Foldable Tablet

Galaxyclub noted today that Samsung Galaxy X have had its trademark name filed by Samsung at the Patent and Trademark Office in the US. The product description for the Samsung Galaxy X where Samsung describes what the trademark name is for is a little bit funny, because normally it is stated clearly and briefly what products the name is assigned to, like Samsung Galaxy Note being assigned to tablets and … more…