Samsung’s heavily touted Galaxy X foldable smartphones look set to launch at the annual Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas next January, not at February’s Mobile World Congress (MWC) as expected.
That’s the word from well connected mobile tipster Ice Universe. He says that Samsung wants to use the first event to tout its cutting edge new phone, with a plan to have it on sale in early February.
Word is that Samsung will only make around half a million Galaxy X models, with the device really a proof of concept for where smartphones will go in the next decade.
The switch means that the Galaxy S10 will come at Mobile World Congress, with Samsung likely to reveal plans for an overhauled flagship phone featuring in–screen fingerprint scanning and proper facial tracking.
The latter is also said to have an all–new take on Samsung’s always–on–display tech, as well as improved camera tech.
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