Foldable Galaxy X is Causing Big Problems for Samsung

Olive Hawkins
December 8, 2017

According to Tech Radar, it is possible that the upcoming Samsung flagship will not have a microSD slot, especially with such an expansive built-in storage.

In any case, it now looks like Samsung is following its usual tradition and will most probably announce the two Galaxy duo later during Mobile World Congress (MWC) in late February. When the phone is not in use, the two screens fold together to protect the displays. Now Samsung, in a statement to The Korea Herald has "dismissed the speculation, saying, "It is unlikely". As reported by CNN in September this year, Koh added that still has "hurdles to overcome" before it starts mass producing the device.

A report recently revealed that Samsung - like it did with the Galaxy S8 - may swipe off the entire first bunch of the new chipset for Galaxy S9 and S9+. It will have three antennas, ensuring the design of the phone doesn't interfere with the phone's signal. With regards to the Galaxy S9, the announcement made no mention about the company's next premium phone. It seems that Foldable Galaxy X is Causing Big Problems for Samsung. Both variants will come with Android Oreo out of the box if rumours are believed to be true.

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The Qualcomm variant will ship to the United States while worldwide variants will come with Samsung's own chipset.

As mentioned earlier, Samsung may not upgrade the camera of the S9 from what we had seen in S8. It hints at f/1.5 aperture for Samsung's Galaxy S9. While another video that leaked last week hints at variable aperture feature for Galaxy S9's camera.

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