The Axon M is ZTE’s take on foldable phones and is the first functional smartphone of 2017 which boasts the new technology.
In response to this, the South Korean conglomerate recently put up a support page for a mysterious SM-G888N0 model which has earlier been reported as the official codename for the Galaxy X. The same model has also received various certifications including those needed for basic Wi-Fi and Bluetooth features.
The link doesn’t really provide additional information on the phone but these support pages are usually an indication that Samsung is about to launch, or at least unveil a new product.
So far, the Galaxy X is rumored to sport a five-inch mobile screen that converts into a seven-inch tablet display with 4K resolution that gives users the freedom to enjoy all its phone and tablet features through switching between modes. It will also apparently be released as a limited run product in select markets to gauge demand for a foldable smartphone.
There’s no release date yet but Samsung is expected to soon unveil the Galaxy X during the annual CES show in Las Vegas this January.