Images from Samsung patent application allegedly show the foldable Samsung Galaxy X

Images from Samsung patent application allegedly show the foldable Samsung Galaxy X
Just the other day, we passed along some more information about the foldable Samsung Galaxy X. One report stated that the device will look like a phone at rest, and when unfolded, it becomes a tablet with a 7.3-inch screen. Yesterday, the President of Samsung's Mobile Communications Business, DJ Koh, said that issues with the UX have forced Sammy to delay the launch of the Galaxy X to 2019.

Today, sketches of the Samsung Galaxy X have been released by WIPO (World Intellectual Property Organization). They are from a filing made by Samsung back on June 14 of last year. The product has one large display that is flexible, and a hinge allows the device to be folded inward. The speaker is at the top of the phone, and the battery is contained inside the lower part of the phone's housing. A heart rate monitor is also included.

Check out the images of what could very well be the Samsung Galaxy X, by clicking on the slideshow below. Keep in mind that these sketches are over six months old, and Samsung could have made some big changes since they were included with the patent application with WIPO last June. Still, they could give us some idea of how Samsung envisions the super-premium Galaxy X.

via Let'sGoDigital (translated)


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