Reports that Samsung will launch three Galaxy S10 variants next year are becoming quite common on the rumor mill these days. The handsets battery size is expected to be as high as possible, given the massive screen the Galaxy X will have - 7.3-inch. Samsung is also among the major brands that should release a foldable device in 2019, with rumors about the Galaxy X smartphone making the rounds since April 2018.
Now, well-known Samsung tipster Ice Universe is giving us a few more details after his initial post. Assuming this is the case, it would make sense to debut the Galaxy X at CES, thereby keeping the spotlight on the S10 at MWC. Now, new reports have surfaced claiming the device will feature a 6000mAh curved battery and is set to debut at CES 2019.
The Samsung Galaxy S7 has reportedly been the company's most-popular smartphone today, having sold around 50 million units. There's also the Galaxy Tab S4 which could also be announced on the same date.
Samsung is widely rumoured to unveil a foldable smartphone called Galaxy X next year, which is supposed to be the company first foldable phone.
Every major mobile phone maker is expected to come up with a foldable device in 2019, and latest rumors point out that Microsoft is nearly ready to unveil its model. The Galaxy X will likely not cannibalize sales for the Galaxy S10, as the foldable smartphone is expected to be a niche device with a price tag that may go as high as around $1,800, almost double the price of the $1,000 iPhone X by rival Apple.
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