Now, news from South Korea has suggested that Samsung is targeting the development of dedicated smartphone CPU cores specifically for handling AI related tasks. Some of these reports said Samsung will unveil the Galaxy X this year, and launch it in a limited fashion to measure consumer interest in such a device.
Samsung Display, the company's unit responsible for the OLED display a year ago in May revealed a prototype of the Galaxy X giving us a peek into how the phone could look like.
This certification mentions the familiar model number SM-G888N0 but doesnt betray much more than that. In a filing from the company with the Korean National Radio Research Agency (NRRA), the phone's model number has appeared. Samsung has shared its plans of bringing Bixby to other smartphones as well. Is that an indication that Samsung is accelerating the Galaxy X rollout?
Sale season is going on, After the big sale from both Amazon and Flipkart, Samsung has announced it's own sale via it's online store. All of it can be traced to a news report claiming such a device to have even been granted certification in South Korea.
Samsung has on many occasions demonstrated foldable or bendable displays but most of the products have been far from commercial standards. And yeah, the phone is expected to be called as Galaxy X. It is a good move from Samsung but it also means that the button used to activate Bixby now serves no function. As always, it's recommended you install the update over a Wi-Fi network and make sure your handset has at least 50 percent of battery left before proceeding with the download. The design and features of the Galaxy X are still unknown. So, it won't come as a surprise when we find Samsung X embellished with it, just as well.
Forbes points out that Samsung has been playing around with bending displays since it launched the Galaxy Note Edge, followed by the Galaxy S6 Edge. The bendable or foldable smartphone comes with the name Samsung Galaxy X. Also, Samsung Galaxy X will come out in the next year.