Foldable Samsung Galaxy X Expected to Launch at MWC 2019

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With competition offering the latest 18:9 display, it seems that Samsung is all set to adopt the latest trend for its budget-centric smartphones, especially, the Galaxy J-series. However, if the sources are correct regarding its early testing date for the firmware, then if the production of the AMOLED screen would push through, then an early July launch can be seen ahead.

That is all that is known about the Galaxy Note 9 for now and we will update you as soon as new features come forward.

Samsung has always been rumored to launch its first foldable smartphone called the Galaxy X and while it was initially believed to be too futuristic to see the light of day anytime soon, the company recently confirmed that it is indeed working on a foldable smartphone and that it could launch it soon.

There are still 3 to 4 months left in the Galaxy Note 9 launch. This year Samsung Galaxy S9 debuted at the February exhibition MWC 2018.

A new S-Pen stylus is also expected to arrive with the Note 9.

Note 9 will be highlighted for many features.

Apple is also rumoured to be upgrading to 18W chargers for its new iPhones, based on recent patent leaks.

Samsung Galaxy Tab S4 rumors continue to trickle out and the device looks like it could be a worthy successor to the Galaxy Tab S3.

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. Connectivity options on the Galaxy S8 Lite, according to the listing, will include 4G LTE, Bluetooth and USB, and sensors include gravity sensor, ambient light sensor, proximity sensor, iris recognition, and fingerprint sensor. Since the phone's key features are its screen size and stylus, expect those to be a major part of that new UX. Separate reports also suggest that the company could go for an early launch and unveil Galaxy S10 around January 2019.

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