Samsung's Foldable Phone Could Be Closer Than We Think



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The National Agency of radioslave Korea appeared the application from Samsung on the certification of a bendable smartphone.

If you have been keeping track of tech news, you would know that Samsung is working on a foldable smartphone.

T-Mobile started rolling out a new update for all Galaxy Note 8 units on its network earlier this month, some owners of Samsung's latest Android phablet have reported, with a number of them claiming that the patch launched as early as September 14, i.e. a day before the official release of the device in the United States.

There were reports that surfaced in July suggesting that Samsung Galaxy X had received Bluetooth and Wi-Fi functionality certification. The NRRA listed the phone as a "radio equipment for global LTE communication". Samsung's CEO has officially confirmed that the foldable smartphone is indeed happening and the smartphone is expected to make its way to South Korea first.

For years, we've been hearing fairly frequent rumours about a secretive Samsung project that involves building a smartphone that folds. He also said that there are still hurdles to overcome and a possible release would be pushed back if the issues are not resolved in time. While Samsung completely got rid of the side bezels, Apple made the smartphone forehead and chin obsolete. Though the NRRA listing does not reveal any specifications and launch date of the device, the Korean Herald once quoted DJ Koh as saying, "We have a plan to adopt a foldable display in our roadmap".

What sets the Samsung Galaxy X concept apart from other smartphones is its "bendable" or "foldable" nature. Another design, in line with Samsung's prototype unveiling, could see the phone unfold into a full-size tablet.

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