Samsung Galaxy X Flex specs: 108MP cameras, Snapdragon 865 chipset, 12GB RAM!
The South Kores company is planning to release a new flagship dubbed Samsung Galaxy X Flex featuring amazing specs like Snapdragon 865 and 12GB RAM. Check it out below!
Samsung Galaxy X Flex specs
Last quarter, many foldable phones appeared on the market, including Motorola Razr, Huawei Mate Xs, Galaxy Z Flip, etc. Now, it looks like Samsung is already working on a new foldable phone! Notably, the new Samsung foldable phone is entirely different from the current foldable device, including design and features. Like Samsung’s Note lineup, Samsung shares foldable screen technology with other manufacturers, including Xiaomi, to accelerate the growth of the foldable phone segment.
According to a report, they are working on designing a new generation foldable smartphone to make it more durable and affordable, as well as cost less to repair. So, here we have the latest updates on a new foldable smartphone, dubbed Galaxy X Flex. In detail, this Samsung handset gets power from the Qualcomm Snapdragon 865 chipset and runs on Android 10 as the operating system. Under the hood, the Samsung beast comes with 12/16GB of RAM and 128/256/512GB internal storage.
However, it seems like this flagship doesn’t come with a microSD card! For the display, the new Samsung phone should flaunt two 3.2 inches FHD+ AMOLED with 4K resolution. Regarding the optics department, Samsung Galaxy X Flex camera includes two lenses setup at the back. It consists of dual 64MP + 108MP sensors. Moreover, the Samsung machine arrives with the 360 degrees rotating display, and you can take both front and rear photos from the same camera sensor. Battery-wise, keeping the lights on 4,500mAh battery capacity coupled with fast charging.
Release date and price
For now, we don’t have official information about the release date and price of this Samsung beast. However, we hope to see it comes out early next year. About the cost, the Samsung Galaxy X Flex price falls around $2500 ~ Rs. 189, 493.