Samsung's foldable Galaxy X smartphone might launch in February next year

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Now, Samsung has been trying since the launch of the Galaxy S8 to include a display with a fingerprint scanner but has failed to do so because of technical issues.

Samsung allegedly code-named the Note 9 as Crown, since it wants to be king of the phones this year, so a reference to a Crown UX suggests it could be the one found on the Note 9.

The Galaxy Tab S4 missed Samsung's Unpacked event at Mobile World Congress in February, but a release appears to be in the cards for 2018.

The mysterious smartphone carries a "Winner" codename, according to the report. The report states that since the development phase of the phone is getting over and it is nearing the release, the company has made a decision to change its codename. This is also the first that we've heard about what The Bell's report calls "Samsung Galaxy S10".

Samsung's long rumoured foldable flagship - Galaxy S10 could soon be a reality. As for parts, display panels to be obtained from November with a shipment capacity of about 3,00,000 to 5,00,000 per month, as per the report. The X is supposedly the rumored smartphone that will come with a foldable OLED display.

Notably, Samsung's flagship smartphones such as Galaxy Note 8 and Galaxy S9 series feature the "Infinity Display" and the display feature would now be introduced at lower price points in the upcoming devices for Indian users. Despite the existence of the flagship Galaxy S9 line and the premium Galaxy A8 line, Samsung appears to be working on a lower-cost variant of last year's Galaxy S8, now going by its model number SM-G8750. In fact, it is the same device that was showcased to some private partners by Samsung at the Consumer Electronics Show that was held in Las Vegas this year. As such, the dates should be taken with a healthy dose of salt.

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