Samsung’s most innovative phone ever might launch before the Galaxy S10

  • Samsung’s most innovative phone ever might launch before the Galaxy S10

Samsung’s most innovative phone ever might launch before the Galaxy S10

Of course we have the next Samsung flagship, the Note 9, being announced in NY next week so at the moment all eyes should be on that - the next models after the Note 9 are still a long way away so it is a lot of pure speculation at this point.

While the tech world is anticipating a foldable smartphone from Samsung, the South Korean giant was recently rumoured to be ready for the mass production of foldable OLED panels that could be used in the Galaxy X. Previous reports had suggested that Samsung is planning to show the prototype of its new development to U.S. and European mobile carriers in private meetings during CES 2019 in Las Vegas. There's also the Galaxy Tab S4 which could also be announced on the same date.

Various reports are claiming that Samsung might launch the Galaxy S10 in January, while the Galaxy X foldable smartphone will launch in February. Furthermore, the report asserts that the Samsung SDI is developing a foldable phone with V-shaped battery.

Samsung will ostensibly use the flexible battery in the Galaxy X. If the range starts from 3,000mAh then it can reasonably be assumed that the Galaxy X battery capacity will be 3,000mAh at least. That's not to say the Galaxy X would be out of place at MWC, just that it's a much better fit for CES than the Galaxy S10 - especially given the fact nobody's release a folding phone that didn't rely on some sort of hinge connecting two separate displays.

Separately, regular leaker Ice Universe, who has a good record when it comes to these things, tweeted that the Galaxy X would be shown off at the annual Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas next January. Hardware expected includes a 7.3-inch OLED screen, Snapdragon 845 SoC and 6GB of RAM.