Currently, many enthusiastic Samsung fans are looking forward to the presence of folding smartphones with flexible screens from the South Korean giant. Yes, according to reports circulated so far, the new device will slide as the Galaxy X. Now the news about the presence of smartphones began to emerge again.
|Samsung Galaxy X Flexible|
As reported by Phone Arena, according to sources originating from South Korea, Samsung will start selling Galaxy X in 2018. However, due to the difficulty of producing these devices make the company will launch the Galaxy X in a very limited number, ie 100,000 units.
In addition, the first sale of Samsung Galaxy X will also be centered for the South Korean market only. This is to test the market’s response to such flexible devices. If not encountered significant obstacles, Samsung will bring its flexible devices to the international market in 2019.
For launch itself, Galaxy X is likely to slide at CES 2018 which will take place 9 to 12 January 2018, in Las Vegas, USA. Samsung did not introduce the Galaxy X at the 2018 MWC event because they are scheduled to release the Galaxy S9 as their flagship smartphone for next year.
While the next generation smartphone from the Galaxy Note series is usually present at the IFA event, which is adjacent to the launch of Apple’s latest product. By choosing different events to announce the latest smartphone, so the presence of Galaxy X will not interfere with the existence of other flagship smartphone Samsung.