Samsung inadvertently published a support page for the Galaxy X on its website last week, which confirms its existence, with a SM-G888N0 codename, which suggests it may only launch in South Korea. The company has been known to be working on a foldable smartphone for several years, and has a number of video teasers, but what the final prototype will look like isn’t yet clear. It will most likely be able to expand to tablet size and shrink to the size of a very compact phone. Continue reading for more pictures and information.
“There’s also a laptop mode, at 120% fold and tablet mode in unfolded mode. I can’t exactly tell how they make the hinge/seam disappear, but it may involve an concave portion of the second screen going over the hinge. Premium leather and kevlar are used here for extra resilience, plus a 7500 mAh battery and 6 GB of RAM, as well as the latest Exynos CPU,” reports Concept-Phones.