In early January, fresh details of the much-rumored flexible display phone dubbed Samsung Galaxy X started appearing with claims that the phone will be unveiled in Q3 or Q4 2017.
At around the same time, more details of the same Galaxy X phone showed up with what were claimed to be the phone’s model number. In fact, the tipster claimed to have had their eyes on two model numbers for this phone. Where the Galaxy X1 would come in with model number SM-X9000, the Galaxy X1 Plus was said to be coming in with model number SM-X9050.
While all these reports have been based on rumors and speculations, we now have out first major tangible evidence that Samsung Galaxy X is indeed a real thing. According to the latest reports just coming in, the South Korean tech giant has reportedly trademarked the “Galaxy X”. But other than the confirmation of the existence of this name or rather device, the leaked trademark listing doesn’t give out any details regarding this handset.
Looking forward to you, Galaxy X pic.twitter.com/59axQ2mDcT
— Ice universe (@UniverseIce) February 28, 2017
From past rumors, we’ve heard that Samsung Galaxy X will be a flexible phone capable of folding into two screens. One can decide to use a single part of the display or unfold the whole thing and get the full-screen view, but there’s no word on the exact specs of this phone. Nonetheless, Samsung is not expected to market this Galaxy X as an entry level phone, rather, this device should be targeting the elites in the smartphone market who are willing to pay a fortune to get the style and attention they desire.
Keep in mind that Samsung has been filing for trademarks for different names and products that have never materialized. However, it seems this one has some substance in it, especially since the company has been testing flexible displays for ages now. Since this is still an early development, we should keep track of it and update you with the latest info. Stay tuned!