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Foldable Samsung Galaxy X to launch in 2017

NEW YORK: Recent exciting rumors have come to surface regarding the Samsung Galaxy X for instance, it’s foldable model is about to come in 2017.

The world’s largest smartphone manufacturer is going to launch five flagship smartphones in 2017, as per the speculations. As Samsung has been typical of releasing two flagship smartphones per year, a new Samsung Galaxy S model in the first part of the year and a new Samsung Galaxy Note model in the second half.

However, once Samsung started introducing curved screen versions of its flagships, the number of top-end Samsung smartphones launched each year has gone up considerably.

So, according a new rumor, Samsung will launch five flagship smartphones in 2017. In first half of the year, Samsung Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8 edge is likely to be introduced. Samsung is known to be unveiling the Samsung Galaxy Note 7 and the Galaxy Note 7 edge.

The company is also going to introduce Samsung Galaxy X, its first ever smartphone with bendable display. The Galaxy S8 and Galaxy Note 7, as well as their curved-screen variants, are all said to come with QHD Super AMOLED displays with an RGB subpixel arrangement.

The Samsung Galaxy X, on the other hand, is rumored to adopt a 4K display with a PenTile subpixel arrangement. Speaking of the Galaxy X, this handset was often rumored in the past under the Samsung Project Valley codename and is expected to come with a screen that bends in half, a feat that would allow users to easily pocket the device.