Published: Mon, September 25, 2017
Research | By Jo Caldwell

Samsung Galaxy A Series Rumored To Feature Bixby Button

Samsung Galaxy A Series Rumored To Feature Bixby Button

If Samsung can successfully implement the idea of the foldable displays, this could well be the next big thing in the industry. Several speculations have also surfaced the internet suggesting that the South Korean giant might come up with a foldable smartphone monikered as Galaxy X. The device is reportedly being inspected by the Korean National Research Agency (NRRA) and is expected to hit the markets next year. It's been rumored that the foldable smartphone could be part of the Note brand.

At the CES 2009, Samsung also showed off what it described as "the world's first foldable AMOLED". It will launch the device when the company is fully ready.

Samsung Galaxy J2 with model number SM-J200M now runs on Android 5.1.1 Lollipop OS. Moreover in the filing, the device is listed out as a "radio equipment for global LTE communication", while it was spotted as a "smartphone" at the Wi-Fi Alliance.

21 launched a "Never Mind" offer, allowing customers to get a one-time screen replacement within 12 months of the purchase of the device for Rs 990, however, only for selected smartphones.

If you have been keeping track of tech news, you would know that Samsung is working on a foldable smartphone. The foldable display had a resolution of 480X272 pixels not enough for a good smartphone.

Koh also reportedly said that Samsung is now addressing some technological hurdles to commercialize such a device. This would involve integrating a flexible display into a unique smartphone design that could include a hinge, in hopes of offering large screen real estate with a relatively compact body. Typically, devices only receive NRA approval - much like FCC approval in the U.S. - as they approach launch. The company will use bezel-less two separate OLED panels with a hinge between these.

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