Samsung Might Launch Foldable Galaxy X In January, Galaxy S10 In February

Judy Cobb
July 6, 2018

However, a notable leaker claims that it's actually the other way around.

Recent reports have said the Galaxy S10 might come in three different sizes, with the largest one possibly sporting a triple camera setup at the back. According to a newly-granted patent, Samsung's Korean rival LG could be another major brand to launch a smartphone with foldable display. If this is true, then it means that Samsung's foldable smartphone will be available to purchase sometime in February.

Now, well-known Samsung tipster Ice Universe is giving us a few more details after his initial post. Assuming this is the case, it would make sense to debut the Galaxy X at CES, thereby keeping the spotlight on the S10 at MWC.

The Galaxy X launch has been postponed for a few years, but it looks like it will finally be hitting the market next year.

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This year's iPhones are still two months out, but we're already hearing reports claiming knowledge of specific features on the 2019 iPhone.

The close announcement dates for the Galaxy X and Galaxy S10 should not be a problem for Samsung. Currently, a couple of smartphone manufacturers, including Samsung, Huawei and Motorola are working on such smartphones.

If we are to believe the latest Korean rumors, the foldable panels for the Galaxy X smartphones are supposedly scheduled to enter production this summer so that they could be ready for the early 2019 release. Following the publication of its Q1 results in April, Samsung warned investors that slowing sales of flagship models like the Samsung Galaxy S9 and increased marketing costs to address the situation.

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