Samsung testing Galaxy X1 and Galaxy X1 Plus in China, may launch two foldable devices

Only yesterday, we’re treated with the leak of Galaxy S8 Edge thanks to error log report of official Weibo, and today the same source has brought even more exciting goods: the Galaxy X1 and Galaxy X1 Plus.

We’ve heard about Galaxy X for quite some time — it’s Samsung first foldable mobile phone, set for release in second half of this year probably — and while it looks like it’s been dubbed as X1 for testing purpose, we’re hearing about the Galaxy X Plus for the first time.

Apparently, the Galaxy X1 is dubbed as SM-X9000, while the regular one in Galaxy X1 Plus is dubbed as SM-X9050. The model no. scheme scream that they are Chinese variant, and thus here we have our good reason to believe the Galaxy X is under testing in China.

As can be seen in the screenshots above, the Galaxy is running on Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow, while the Galaxy X Plus has Android 7.0 Nougat installed. oth are connected via WiFi, and have Weibo app v6.12.2 installed.

Earlier today, new Samsung patents revealed how the Galaxy X may look like, and fold like to reveal equally big second display on its back as one on the front.


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