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Samsung trademarks Galaxy X in South Korea

Last year, we reported that Samsung is working on a foldable, 4K-resolution smartphone that’ll hit the shelves in Q3-Q4 of 2017, though a more recent report states that it’s been delayed until the first half of 2018, and now the purported branding for the handset — Galaxy X — has been trademarked by the firm in its home country, South Korea.

Unfortunately, information surrounding the Galaxy X is a little sparse. Recent rumors point towards it featuring a 5-inch display that can fold out, transforming the device into a 7-inch tablet. The company is expected to initially roll out 100,000 units of the unit to gauge market reaction, and there’s a possibility that it’s already been shown to some attendees behind closed doors at MWC.

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Turbotomate
Turbotomate

You are so wrong! Galaxy X is not a Phone or something similar. It is the name of a set including 2 Staedtler Noris Eco pencils, and 1 Staedtler Noris Digital for Samsung (New S-Pen in Staedtler optics).
Watch the following Video at about 1:55 and you’ll se it:
https://youtu.be/wwGsxTI1gIM

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This has been pushed back for so many years, it wouldn’t surprise me if this was means that it will be released as the Galaxy S10, or simply Galaxy X in 2019.