Samsung Galaxy Note X

Samsung Galaxy Note X

Samsung Galaxy Note X - Reportedly we can see the Galaxy Note X in 2019, expected early in the year but can be mid 2019 because Samsung itself is currently working on the Samsung Galaxy Note 9. This is far from the first time we were told that we would see the Galaxy Note X in 2019. During the January 31 earnings call, the company stated that they planned to "differentiate [themselves] through the development of cutting-edge products such as folded OLED smartphones." Even last year, Samsung executives signaled the release of folding phones in 2018.

As for the inauguration of the Galaxy note X we cannot confirm it and maybe it is not necessarily released. Some rumors have suggested the 2019 launch, either at CES in January or Mobile World Congress in February. Samsung's flagship, Galaxy S10, is also expected in the spring of 2019.

Samsung Galaxy Note X



As far as public announcements, CES is a type of event that matches the upcoming Galaxy Note X announcement. The latest news says that CES will be a stage for Samsung to show off its new Galaxy Note X phone, at least in some capacity. While I am still somewhat skeptical that Samsung will announce a very interesting and dramatic futuristic device ahead of the mainstream launch of the Galaxy Note 10, this event makes much more sense for devices like the Galaxy Note X than the Galaxy Note 10.

Samsung until now has not given a leak about the specifications of the Galaxy Note X. However, some of them have been circulating in cyberspace.



While waiting for the Samsung Galaxy Note X, we first take a look at a few specification footage from the sister of the Galaxy Note X, the Galaxy Note 9 which reportedly has a Snapdragon 845 processor for the United States (US) market, while the international variant with Exynos 9810 Octa.

This smartphone also features 6GB RAM and 128 or 256GB of internal memory. A number of markets will get the Galaxy Note 9 with 8GB of RAM and 512GB of internal memory.

Other specifications include Android OS 8.1 Oreo and will later get updates to Android P.

Furthermore, Samsung is expected to hold pre-order Galaxy Note 9 two weeks after it was announced. The first shipment will be made in the last week of Agenda 2018.
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