According to a new trademark surfaced on the Internet was spotted by a Twitter user has said that Samsung’s long-rumored foldable smartphones may be released under the name of Samsung Galaxy X. The South Korean smartphone maker has been rumored to have been working on foldable smartphones for many few years, and recently several reports have also claimed that smartphone by end of this year, Samsung might launch a commercial foldable smartphone.
The new trademark also posted screenshots of the document showing the name while another image showed a Galaxy X smartphone’s design demo, which is possibly not real at this point of time.
Some earlier reports said that Samsung would introduce the foldable displays and smartphones only to selected audiences at the MWC 2017 tradeshow. The company was said to show off its foldable display as well as smartphone in a private room with the main target to get the feedback from the attendees. The report also claimed that the audience preview would be selected by Samsung as a way that the company predicts requirements from tech market for the foldable displays and smartphones in the near future. Samsung is likely to reveal both in-foldable products, which might be able to bend like books, and out-foldable products bending panels outwardly. There is also a possible reason why Samsung is said to showcase its foldable displays and smartphones to other companies because the company intends to sell displays and technology for the commercial purpose.
One of the foldable devices rumored to make an appearance later this year is able to be a clam-type smartphone. It is said that Samsung starts a small production of its first foldable model coming equipped a flexible AMOLED display in the fourth quarter of this year.