Samsung Galaxy X concept gets inspired by Microsoft's Surface Phone
Rumors about the foldable phone that Samsung could be launching in 2019 are getting confusing lately. Some claim that there will definitely be a foldable phone from Samsung, others say that the Galaxy S10 will most likely not integrate any foldable technology, meaning that the foldable phone may actually be a Note model. The guys over at Android Leo went ahead and rendered all the rumored features in a sleek 3D model of a Samsung Galaxy X phone that comes with 3 displays (1 external, two internal).
The design is very reminiscent of previously proposed designs for the Surface Phone from Microsoft. On the outside, the Galaxy X sports a bezel-less 6.4-inch UHD display that does not seem to include a selfie cam. On the inside, there are two other QHD 6.5-inch displays that unfold and act as a screen and keyboard in laptop mode. When in phone mode, the device would be running Android, while in laptop mode the Galaxy X would be switching to a light version of Windows 10. The SoC powering this device would be an Exynos 9820 coupled with 8 GB DDR4 and 256 GB storage. The back would feature a 16 MP + 12 MP camera setup with 3D capabilities and the phone wold also integrate a 4,500 mAh battery.
According to the latest leaks, the foldable phone is most likely priced higher than the iPhone X, so the expected price is somewhere around US$1,170. This model is scheduled to be released in early 2019.