Samsung's foldable smartphone, commonly known as the Galaxy X, has officially made it to the company's website. The listing rekindles reports that the South Korean tech giant will officially be introducing the long-awaited foldable smartphone to the public in 2018.
The Galaxy X reportedly bearing the model number SM-G888N0 has appeared on Samsung Korea's website, all the more a cementing evidence that the company is gearing up for its upcoming release. However, no photos have been made available at the moment so the next-generation device's design is completely a mystery.
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Available details by far are those that came out in the past few years and months. Back in August, SamMobile spotted a Bluetooth certification with Bluetooth 4.2 version for Samsung's device of the same model number. Apparently, the model number SM-G888N0 does not corroborate with the existing line of Samsung devices which sparked speculations that it could indeed be the Galaxy X.
In May, this similar model number also received its Wi-Fi certification as spotted at the Wi-Fi Alliance website. Even so, Samsung did not confirm anything.
Recently, the model number was spotted at South Korea's National Radio Research Agency, prompting reports that Samsung will be launching the device in its home market. Other reports said Samsung fans might be seeing the Galaxy X at CES 2018 in January.