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South Korea Certifies Samsung's Bendable Smartphones, May Hit Market Next Year!

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| September 24 , 2017 , 19:48 IST

South Korean tech giant Samsung has been making news for its foldable display smartphone ever since the speculation for the handset started making rounds on the internet a few years back. Good news is that the anticipated smartphone has reportedly received certification from the National Radio Research Agency in South Korea.

If rumours are to be believed, the smartphone will be called Samsung Galaxy X. The rumour mill was turning for quite some time regarding Samsung's foldable phone's launch but no news was able to meet a factual report from the company. As per reports, the project was internally called 'Project Valley'.

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A device which is reportedly a smartphone with the model number SM-G888N0 has been certified by NRRA. The same model also received Bluetooth certification in July and was spotted that the Wi-Fi Alliance as well. Many contradictory reports directing towards the smartphone's release date are surfacing.

While some reports suggest that the handset will be launched in 2019, others claim that the global brand has kept its eyes on 2018. The smartphone is believed to have a flexible display with a unique design that will allow the user to have full-screen space. The smartphone will reportedly support Bluetooth 4.2 and Android 6.0.1.

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A secondary display is also in order which will be turned on when the phone is folded. Samsung is expected to launch the Galaxy S9 in the first quarter of next year at Barcelona’s annual Mobile World Congress tech tradeshow but none of the reports suggest a Samsung X launch but we can always expect surprises.