Samsung Galaxy X Foldable Smartphone To Be Unveiled Before Galaxy S10

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Separately, regular leaker Ice Universe, who has a good record when it comes to these things, tweeted that the Galaxy X would be shown off at the annual Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas next January.

After launching the Galaxy A6 (2018), Samsung has launched a new smartphone in its home country of South Korea. Now, industry sources speaking to ITHome say it's developed one with a capacity between 3,000mAh and 6,000mAh-the upper of end of which should provide plenty of juice for the Galaxy X's 7.3-inch OLED screen.

Samsung is reportedly leading the race to build foldable smartphones with the development of a curved battery that it can produce in large numbers. A follow-up report in May said that Samsung was planning the Galaxy X announcement for next year's Mobile World Congress in February, with the Galaxy S10 to be unveiled a month earlier in January at CES 2019. It was originally believed that Samsung would target a January launch for the S10, so that it could make up for the sluggish sales of the Galaxy S9.

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The Galaxy X launch has been postponed for a few years, but it looks like it will finally be hitting the market next year. Now, new reports have surfaced claiming the device will feature a 6000mAh curved battery and is set to debut at CES 2019. There's also the Galaxy Tab S4 which could also be announced on the same date.

We would expect Samsung to use the upcoming new Qualcomm Wear chipset that has yet to be officially announced, but it may use the older chipset instead if the watch is revealed before the new chip's announcement. Samsung is expected to only manufacture between 300,000 and 500,000 units of its foldable smartphone.

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