Is this the foldable smartphone Samsung never released?

Samsung Galaxy Note 9 512GB Storage Variant Said to Be Exclusive to Certain Markets Initially

Other specs rumored for the phone include a 6.3-inch QHD+ resolution display with either an Exynos 9810 or Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 chipset inside.

The report also suggests that "Project V" was cancelled a couple of years ago and the leaked photos do not necessarily reflect what the company could be now developing the foldable device. We are just a few months away from the launch of the Samsung Galaxy Note 9, and there are a lot of things we already know about this flagship Samsung smartphone. The report, however, adds that Samsung could launch the variant in other markets at a later date. It will cost Rs 68,900 Samsung and Sunrise Gold Variants is the Limited Edition of the phone. This will leave another external screen in use which should be about a 4.5-inch display. Talking about the design, the device will carry two inside panel and one outside panel. While the Galaxy Note 9 512 GB version rumor has now been confirmed, there are still many more details about the smartphone that remains unclear.

Till now Samsung has been provided many innovative devices. Apart from that the curved display technology was also first introduced by Samsung.

This Oppo smartphone will cost you more than iPhone X
Coming to the storage , the Find X comes with up to 256GB of onboard storage , which can be expanded further with a microSD card. All that drama would be for naught if the Find X was packing sub-par cameras; happily, on paper at least, that's not the case.

Samsung fans believe that the handset will be one of the most exciting smartphones to be released... ever. Rather than being a phone with a bendable screen, Project V was similar to ZTE's Axon M in the sense that it had two screens on the front and back.

The bad news is that the upcoming Galaxy X will be quite pricey. The handset is nearly certain to feature a Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 processor. Apart from Samsung, major smartphone companies like Motorola, Huawei and Apple are planning to develop such device soon.


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