It seems that the Galaxy X phone, which has spread a lot of rumors has received Bluetooth approval from Bluetooth SIG, where a phone from Samsung model number SM-G888N0, and this number is not compatible with any device known in the current Samsung lineup, and does not match With the well-known Samsung products coming.
Prior to that, this model number was approved by Wi-Fi Alliance, and at that time the model was running Android 6.0.1. Bluetooth SIG stated that the model contained Bluetooth 4.2 at the time of approval.
Since the Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8 Plus are working with Bluetooth 5.0, it seems strange that a device that is supposed to be a pioneer such as Galaxy X has less Bluetooth technology, which means that if the device that has received the approval is Galaxy X, it is possible to upgrade these specifications before launching the phone.
There are rumors that Samsung will introduce a Galaxy X phone between the third quarter of this year and the first quarter of 2018. The latest forecast is that the phone will not be flexible but will be made of two panels connected to the joints.
Lenovo last week launched the Lenovo Folio on its collapsible device, which can be resized between 5.5 inches and 7.8 inches at will, and has appeared at the Lenovo Technology Show for two years running.
But does this mean that the next generation of phones is the generation of collapsible devices?