Here’s How Much Samsung’s Foldable Phone ‘Galaxy X’ Could Cost

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Kim Jang-yeol, head of research at Golden Bridge Investment, predicts that the phone could retail at about 2 million won which roughly translates to Dollars 1,850 and Rs 1,24,990. The analysts also suggested that the smartphone might come with an OLED screen that is 7.3-inch across when open and 4.5-inch when closed. Samsung plans to show the prototype in a separate meeting ahead before the MWC event.

We have been hearing for a while now that Samsung has been working on a foldable smartphone.

A Samsung folding phone releasing in 2019 also makes sense in terms of the company fending off challenges from rival Android makers, with Huawei rumoured to be well into the development of its own folding smartphone, and also that innovation at the flagship end of the market has dried up somewhat as of late. Samsung gave no official comments on the phone.

Samsung is known for its innovation and its risk-taking nature. It is expected that the company might bring the sound-emitting display by early next year.

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The foldable phone's release was pushed to 2019 while the company continues to work on the tech. Maybe, despite the two screens, it could have a different fold than the Axon M, without the hinges.

We mentioned before Samsung would be releasing two smartphones with bendable screens and rollable display. It is unclear how it will achieve this. The device is expected to be launched as the Galaxy X and according to Samsung's CEO, its flexibility will be more than just a gimmick. About the innards, Galaxy X most probably will come with Qualcomm's latest Snapdragon 845.

Now, this information tallies well with previous rumours that the Samsung Galaxy X would have three screens, that the main screen would be OLED, and that it would arrive in 2019. There are only rumours and speculations with very little or nearly no information shared by Samsung on the phone.

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