Samsung picks in-folding type for foldable smartphone

Samsung picks in-folding type for foldable smartphone

Phones like iPhone X and Samsung's Galaxy Note 8 might be stretching the limit when it comes to pricing of smartphones.

Samsung is not being subtle about it. The Galaxy X 'Folding Phone' will be its most radical smartphone yet and no less than three confirmations mean Samsung is confident it can drag eyes away from Apple's similarly named (and eye wateringly expensive) iPhone X.

Samsung has been reportedly working on the technology for about five years, but recently it diverted its focus to developing outward folding phones, sources say.

The S-pen which is also revamped, it now has a finer tip, improved pressure sensitivity to enable faster multitasking to enhance creativity. Some experts pointed out that the decision is to release such devices in the near future.

The Galaxy Note 8 only comes with a single SIM slot in the US, while the international version of the device allows you to use two SIM cards at the same time. The company already introduced a redesign for the Galaxy Note 8 this year by having minimal bezels and a new dual-camera system.

Along these lines, the Galaxy X won't contend with the iPhone X in highlights that are as of now in the market.

The South Korean giant always came with new masterpieces whenever the speculations went viral that the company has nothing more to offer. Whatever phone is the fastest overall, wins. This is what helps the Galaxy Note 8 finish both rounds before the iPhone 8 Plus.

"As the head of business, I can say our current goal is next year", Samsung mobile division chief Koh Dong-jin said earlier this month. "When we can overcome some problems for sure, we will launch the product".

Meanwhile, A7 was spotted on GFXBench, and we found out that the device will have an Exynos 7885 or 9610 chipset and 4GB of RAM. Reports have surfaced that Samsung's Galaxy A series will be launched early next year.

With better software optimizations even dated chipsets function really well and dated flagship-chipsets even better. And this past Friday when the iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus were released, he fired it up. After testing, Samsung apparently has decided to go back to their original "Fold-In" smartphone concept.