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Samsung To Release Five Flagship Galaxy Smartphones In 2017

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Five Flagship Galaxy Smartphones

According to a report on Sammobile, Samsung which is the largest smartphone producer will release five flagship Galaxy smartphones in 2017.

Until recently, Samsung used to launch two flagship smartphones each year. Samsung released a new version of Samsung Galaxy S in the first part of the year and Samsung Galaxy Note in the second part of the year. Ever since Samsung has started releasing curved versions of its flagship smartphones the total number of flagship phones introduced each year has increased. You can check them out at optus shop bundaberg.

If this rumor turns out to be true, Samsung will release five flagship smartphones in 2017.  The company is expected to release Samsung Galaxy S8 and  Samsung Galaxy S8 Edge in the first part of the year. Samsung Galaxy Note 7 and the Galaxy Note 7 edge will be released in the second part of the year. Other than these versions of the Galaxy S and Galaxy Note the company will also release Samsung Galaxy X, which will be the first bendable smartphone.

According to rumors the Galaxy S8 and Galaxy Note 7 are said to use 2.5K resolution Super AMOLED display with an RGB subpixel arrangement. While the Samsung Galaxy X will have a 4K resolution with a PenTile subpixel arrangement. Samsung had started working on the Galaxy X last year. According to new reports, the phone will be released in 2017.

Samsung Galaxy X is expected to have a bendable display that will allow users to fold their phones while it is not in use. Users will also be able to carry their phones more easily in their pockets. This phone will not be a surprise when it comes out because Samsung already has a lot of patents for the technology that will be used inside these phones.

Samsung Galaxy X could mark the beginning of the next era of smartphones. We still do not have much information about Samsung’s Galaxy X other than that mentioned in patents.

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