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Samsung's Foldable Smartphone Might Be More Powerful Than Galaxy S8

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Although its goal was to provide prototypes of this smartphone in [the] first quarter, it has delayed timing as it has invested more time into raising [the] quality of the entire product. The report goes on to say that major network providers, among others, were invited to the exclusive presentation of Samsung's foldable smartphone concept. This privilege comes back to the Galaxy X, the foldable smartphone that we hear about for a little while. The first smartphone to feature this all new flexible display is now dubbed the "Galaxy X" and according to reports this week, it will make its debut later this year. With foldable displays getting showcased at earlier trade shows, it was only a matter of time before they got reduced in size to the point where they could be used on smartphones and tablets.

According to an article at BGR, the unnamed foldable smartphone will be a step above compared to regular flagship handsets which will deliver a luxurious design and high quality beyond anything Samsung has done so far - an ultra-premium smartphone. As foldable Smartphone is an innovative product that did not exist before, it believes that it will be able to expand related markets in the future after drawing positive experiences from foldable Smartphone users. Due to that state of affairs, it's unlikely that Samsung will start mass-producing foldable phones before 2018, sources close to the company said. "We are planning on mass-production and release this product by discussing with our partners".

When Will Mass Production Begin?

However, after Samsung Galaxy Note 7's ill-fated demise in the market previous year, Samsung is expected to bring forward an innovative design that can make the disaster a faded memory.

While Samsung Electronics and Samsung Display were working on increasing level of perfection of prototype of foldable Smartphone as much as they can, Chinese companies have rapidly pursued after South Korean companies.

So it seems safe to assume right now that the title for the "world's first foldable smartphone" will go to Samsung.

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