Published: Tue, November 21, 2017
Science | By Hubert Green

Support Page For Foldable Samsung Galaxy X Is Live

Support Page For Foldable Samsung Galaxy X Is Live

Samsung Galaxy X has been making noise long before iPhone X rumour even began in late 2016.

Samsung's Galaxy S8, S8 Plus, Note 8 and now OnePlus 5T also employ face recognition software. Now the support page appears online on the Samsung Korea website.

Samsung has listed (via Mobiel Kopen) the support page for a device bearing model number: SM-G888N0, which for long has been associated with the Galaxy X and make no mistake that the South Korean company is taking a cue from Apple iPhone X moniker.

The Galaxy S9 managed to score 2680 in single-core tests and 7787 in multi-core tests. There are also other factors that will play into a customer's decision on whether they would purchase the Galaxy S9 instead of the iPhone X. This follows in line with Samsung's strategy to improve their phones through software updates rather than upgrading the hardware. For starters, the rumored Galaxy X will supposedly feature foldability, which is due to a series of hinges. Previous reports also claimed that the Galaxy S9 camera will be powered by a new image sensor by Samsung that will allow users to record videos at a maximum of 1,000 frames per second.

Samsung Galaxy S8 and S8
Support Page For Foldable Samsung Galaxy X Is Live

Samsung said it has not yet decided whether the new version of the Galaxy S8 will reach overseas markets.

A phone that is essentially pure screen is something that many people apparently want, and it might not be entirely foreign to Samsung's approach to the Galaxy X. In fact, some fan renders show it as basically a panel that you can fold, with no front buttons or sensors to be seen.

LetsGoDigital reported Monday that the latest clue to an upcoming launch date comes from Samsung itself who has added a support page for the Galaxy X on its South Korean site.

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